Coronavirus live news: Ireland to reopen schools; France investigates cruise ship deaths
- EU tells six countries to lift Covid border restrictions
- Ireland to start reopening schools as it extends other restrictions
- Boris Johnson ‘very optimistic’ all England restrictions will end in June
- China did ‘little’ to hunt for origins in early months, says WHO document
- Nigeria survey suggests 23% of Lagos residents had Covid last year
The former Czech president Vaclav Klaus, who has recently made a splash by publicly defying government restrictions to stem the Covid-19 spread, has contracted the disease, his spokesman said Tuesday.
“He wasn’t feeling well and he tested positive for Covid this afternoon,” Petr Macinka, spokesman for the Vaclav Klaus Institute think tank, told AFP.
A growing number of the Polish population is opposed to getting a Covid vaccine, according to an opinion poll published on Tuesday, despite government warnings about a rising third wave of infections.
The survey conducted by pollsters CBOS this month found 33% of Poles do not want to get vaccinated, against 55% who said they were in favour.
W związku z pozytywnym wynikiem testu na obecność COVID-19 w najbliższym czasie będę pracował w trybie zdalnym. Przestrzegajmy zasad sanitarnych i szczepmy się! #SzczepimySię