On October 29, local time, European Commission President Von der Lein stated at an informal video summit of Brussels member states that all EU member states will receive Coronavirus vaccine at the same time according to their population.
According to a report from the Russian Satellite News Agency on October 30, Von der Lein said at the meeting that “the key point is to ensure the equitable distribution of vaccines among EU member states.
All member states will receive vaccines at the same time according to the population size under the same conditions.” It also pointed out that the European Commission will allocate 220 million euros to fund the cross-border treatment of Coronavirus infections between member states if necessary.
Von der Lein previously called on EU member states to share information on vacant beds in major hospitals for the treatment of patients infected with the Coronavirus, and to provide opportunities for transfer treatment.
The EU countries have recently faced a severe second wave of pandemic, and France and Germany have announced that they have entered a national or partial blockade almost at the same time. Merkel pointed out on October 29 that with the upcoming winter, the current situation in Germany has been “extremely severe”, even threatening everyone’s health and safety.
The exponential increase in the number of new infections in the past few weeks has overwhelmed the health department. If you have to wait until the intensive care bed is in emergency before taking action, it will be “too late”.
Social contact must be strictly restricted and the infection rate must be kept low again. Level. She once again called on the people to continue to remain united and cautious, saying that the pandemic has brought major challenges to all aspects of society. Only by uniting and fighting the pandemic can we finally overcome the difficulties.
On the 28th, French President Macron made a televised speech, acknowledging that France is facing the test of the second wave of “suddenly accelerated, more serious and deadly” pandemic.
Macron announced that France will re-launch the “national blockade” policy on October 30, at least until December 1, and evaluate whether the blockade policy needs to be extended based on the effect.