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Four people probably received

the wrong corona vaccine Four people probably received the wrong vaccine against COVID-19 at the injection site in Middenmeer, in the top of North Holland.

They were supposed to be given Moderna, but they were probably vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.

The GGD does not know who the four are and therefore approaches all people who received a shot around the time of the error.

It is about three hundred people.

According to GGD Hollands Noorden, it was probably a human error.

That came to light when the vaccination site was short of four AstraZeneca vaccines at the end of the day on Friday.

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Corona figures shoot further down

RIVM reported 38 percent fewer positive corona tests in the past week than in the previous week.

In total, less than nine thousand positive tests were registered.

The number of hospital admissions fell by 44 percent, while also 19 percent fewer IC admissions were reported.

Were also

significantly lower corona related deaths


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407 suspects arrested in curfew riots

Police have arrested 407 suspects so far in connection with the January curfew riots.

They are suspected of being involved in or participating in the riots.

91 suspects are minors, the Public Prosecution Service (OM) announced on Tuesday in an update on corona-related crime cases.

Riots broke out in several cities in January in response to the introduction of curfews.

The riots were accompanied by a lot of violence, theft, looting and destruction.

In 281 cases, the public prosecutor decided to submit the case to the criminal court, whether or not through summary proceedings.

189 of these cases have now been dealt with.

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Monarchs next month on first state visit since corona crisis

Koning Willem-Alexander will next month with Queen Máxima still a state visit to Germany.

The visit was actually planned last year, but that could not take place because of the corona crisis.

The royal couple will be in Berlin from 5 to 7 July to meet outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Willem-Alexander and Máxima will be joined by the outgoing ministers Sigrid Kaag (Foreign Affairs) and Ank Bijleveld (Defence).

The outgoing minister Hugo de Jonge (Public Health) and the outgoing secretaries of state Mona Keijzer and Dilan Yesilgöz-Zegerius (Economic Affairs and Climate) are also present at some program components, the Government Information Service reports.

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Ministry is considering injection locations at festivals

The Ministry of Health, together with the GGDs, is looking at ways in which people who do not respond to a vaccination invitation can still be tempted to have a corona jab. According to a spokesperson, this includes mobile sampling locations at festivals and in the catering industry.

At the moment, GGDs are already working with

mobile injection locations

, such as buses. They go to places where fewer people show up for a shot, such as "neighbourhoods with a low socio-economic status". For example, prick campaigns have already been held on the market in Rotterdam. "It really differs per region," said the ministry spokesman. "This kind of action is not necessary everywhere."

The willingness to vaccinate is relatively lowest among young people.

That is why the option for prick campaigns at festivals and in the catering industry is also on the table.

"Everything is already being looked at, discussed and investigated," said the ministry.

"And this summer, when the mass vaccination campaign is over, we will look at which options are needed towards which target groups."

There may also be a national campaign day to draw extra attention to the importance of vaccination.

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People born in 1995 and 1996 can schedule a corona vaccine People born in 1995 and 1996 can

make an appointment for a corona vaccination on Tuesday.

This was announced by outgoing minister Hugo de Jonge (Public Health).

These people can make an appointment via the 


or call the national appointment number (0800-70 70).

They don't have to wait until they receive the invitation to do so.

In total, more than 219,000 people were born in the Netherlands in 1995. In 1996 there were more than 217,000 people.

The injection is made by the GGD, which has 136 locations throughout the Netherlands.

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William Angel had to remove a Twitter tweet about football Eriksen

Twitter Willem Angel


to remove his tweet about Christian Eriksen to. In it, he stated that the Danish footballer went into cardiac arrest because he was vaccinated against COVID-19. The Virus Truth foreman's account was also temporarily suspended.

Eriksen collapsed during a European Championship match on Saturday and was resuscitated on the field. Engel suggested that this had to do with vaccinations and called for the injections to be stopped.

Twitter announced in a statement on Tuesday that it is not allowed to post incorrect messages about vaccinations.

According to the platform, these are "debunked claims about the adverse effects of vaccinations" and "false claims that give the impression that vaccines are used to intentionally cause harm".

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Morocco reopens almost all borders to travelers Morocco reopened

most borders to travelers from abroad on Tuesday. At the insistence of King Mohammed VI, the national airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has offered flights for Moroccans abroad.

The airline is inundated with reservations and is in the process of renting eight additional planes, Moroccan media reported. The RAM site crashed on Monday after a tidal wave of 120,000 reservations in 24 hours. Until the end of August, many flights are already fully booked.

The kingdom campaigns every year to bring the millions of Moroccans living abroad to Morocco during the summer holidays to visit relatives and spend money.

Last year the campaign was canceled due to the pandemic and this year too there are problems that will prevent Moroccans from spending the summer holidays in the country.

The government in Rabat has officially banned Spanish ports from embarking travelers bound for Morocco on health grounds.

The two countries have been in a diplomatic crisis for weeks, which has blocked the easiest route from Europe to Morocco: the route through the Strait of Gibraltar.

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Corona skeptic Bolsonaro wants faster delivery of Pfizer vaccines

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has asked vaccine manufacturer Pfizer to speed up delivery of vaccine doses,

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He hopes in this way to increase the pace of the vaccination program in the South American country.

Bolsonaro does not take the corona pandemic seriously and refuses to comply with the corona measures.

A Brazilian investigation is underway into the president's actions, because the vaccination rate in the country of 210 million inhabitants remains low.

Only 10.3 percent of residents have had their first corona jab.

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California raffles trips to increase vaccination coverage

The US state of California is raffling off trips to Disneyland, LEGOLAND and SeaWorld as part of a lottery worth more than 12 million euros, various American media report after a statement from Governor Gavin Newsom.

In addition to trips to the theme parks, vacees can also win tickets to a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game and classical concert.

With the lottery among the vaccinated, the state wants to increase the vaccination rate and stimulate tourism.

Tourism in California has declined sharply since the corona crisis.

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Application counters for care bonus open from Tuesday

At the Social Insurance


(SVB) and the Service Implementation Subsidies to Institutions (DUS-I), the application counters for the care bonus 2021 will open on Tuesday.

Healthcare providers and PGB holders can request a bonus for employees through this route. 

The cabinet has reserved an amount of 720 million euros for the care bonuses.

This means that healthcare professionals can look forward to a net amount of a maximum of 240 euros.

The money will be paid out before the end of the year.

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in income in Indonesia since August 2016

Due to the corona crisis, the average income in Indonesia has fallen by about 1.75 percent to just under 166 euros per month,

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That is the largest decrease since August 2016.

Unemployment also rose in the Asian country with almost 270 million inhabitants.

The percentage rose from 4.94 percent in February 2020 to 6.26 percent a year later.

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Turkey breaks vaccination record

Turkey put 781,000 corona shots on Monday.

According to 

Daily Sabah

, that amounts to a daily record.

More than twenty million Turks have had their first corona jab.

Nearly fourteen million residents have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

The country has almost 84 million inhabitants.

Turkey has diagnosed about 5.33 million infections since the COVID-19 outbreak.

The country has reported 48,795 corona-related deaths so far.

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Bonaire reports no new infections and corona-related deaths

Bonaire did not

report new infections and corona-related deaths

on Monday.

There are also no corona patients in hospital.

Bonaire has more than twenty thousand inhabitants.

Four residents are currently infected with the corona virus.

In total, seventeen people have died from COVID-19 on the island.

On June 11, more than 76 percent of the residents of Bonaire had had their first corona jab.

Nearly 62 percent of Bonaireans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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41 corona infections among football delegations Copa América

At least 41 people involved in the Copa América have tested positive for the corona virus.

This was announced by the Ministry of Health of host country Brazil on Monday evening.

This concerns 31 players and members of participating football delegations and ten employees from various companies hired for the event.

It has not been disclosed which teams have been hit.

But it has already become clear that members of the Venezuelan, Bolivian and Colombian delegations have been infected.

Venezuela called up fifteen new players on Saturday, because twelve delegation members - including eight players - had tested positive.

A day later, the team lost 3-0 in the opening game against Brazil.

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American Congressman apologizes for comparing Holocaust corona measures

Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on Monday apologized for its earlier comparisons between the compulsory wearing of face masks and vaccination COVID-19, wearing a Star of David during the Second World War.

She did so during a short speech after a visit to the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, American media report.

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Ministry puts 'prick buses' to get 85 percent vaccination rate

, the Ministry of Health comes a few weeks with a nationwide day prick buses go to the district against COVID-19 to vaccinate people.

The aim of the campaign is to achieve the 85 percent vaccination target set by the outgoing cabinet.

That says a spokesman of the ministry

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London postpones end of lockdown for four weeks due to delta variant

The British government wants to wait four weeks longer before lifting the lockdown in England. There, all restrictions on social contacts should have expired on June 21. British media already called this 'Freedom Day', but Monday evening it turned out that Prime Minister Boris Johnson does not yet dare to fully reopen society.

Johnson said at a news conference that the reopening will be postponed to July 19. He is concerned about the rapid spread of the delta variant of the virus, which originates from India. The British authorities say the new variant is 60 percent more contagious than the alpha variant of the virus, also known internationally as the British variant.

The delay should allow authorities to give millions of additional people a second vaccine dose before the restrictions are lifted.

By July 19, according to Johnson, about two-thirds of adults should be fully vaccinated.

This means they are better protected than if they have only had one shot.

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Bruls: Taking into account a summer full of nuisance

The Netherlands must take into account more nuisance this summer. Security Council chairman Hubert Bruls is concerned about the "after-effects of the lockdown". According to him, this manifests itself in enormous crowds in the outdoor area and illegal parties. "People have a great need to go outside."

In his city of Nijmegen alone, several meetings were held this weekend in, among other things, parks, which attracted hundreds of young people. "Sitting inside for months has to go. We will continue to suffer from that for a while," the mayor expects.

The number of nuisance complaints increased significantly during the corona crisis.

People are more at home, hear more and can have less.

He predicts that this will continue for a while.

"This summer it's give and take. We have to accept that people, especially young people, need to go outside. That will cause nuisance. Keeping that in check is a big challenge for me."

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Malta first country in Europe with green travel advice, test is still mandatory

Malta has been given the color code green as travel advice.

The island is therefore the first country in Europe to have this positive label, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Monday.

For those who travel to Malta, testing obligations still apply.

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