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Following the announcement of Brussels to address the problem of coronavirus vaccination in the European Union, there was a concern that it would prevent millions of coronavirus vaccines from entering the country. “All countries must come together to create a global potential for vaccine distribution,” former British Prime Minister Tony Blair wrote to the Independent as tensions erupted between the UK and the European Union over vaccine supply disruptions. The Washington Post said hostility between Democrats and Republicans had risen to a new level, adding that “with Trump’s support at the Capitol, there are growing concerns that there could be internal terrorist attacks.”
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The Guardian | The EU could prevent millions of coronavirus vaccines from entering the UK
Following the announcement of Brussels to address the problem of coronavirus vaccination in the European Union, there was a concern that it would prevent millions of coronavirus vaccines from entering the country. Question marks that the vaccines will not come to the country from Pfizer and BioNTech’s factory in Belgium have raised doubts about Britain’s expected 40 million doses. On the other hand, Interior Minister Michael Gove argued that there would be no problem for paid vaccines to reach the country.
Independent | Former Prime Minister Tony Blair: Countries must work together on vaccination
“All countries must come together to create a global potential for vaccine distribution,” former British Prime Minister Tony Blair wrote to the Independent as tensions erupted between the UK and the European Union over vaccine supply disruptions. “The virus has acted smarter than us so far,” Blair said, adding that humanity needs to come closer and adopt a new approach to prevent vaccination.
New York Times | Democrats preparing to provide economic aid with or without Republicans
Democrats plan to get a $ 1.9 trillion aid package for President Joe Biden through Congress, bypassing Republicans. According to the NYT, while this is a possibility, government officials and moderators in Congress want the package to pass with the support of both parties. Democrats and government officials plan to begin the process next week, when the package will pass only with their votes.
Washington Post | Hostility is growing within the Capitol
WaPo said “fears of domestic terrorist attacks have increased with Trump’s support at the Capitol,” adding hostility between Democrats and Republicans. Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, “The enemy is in the House of Representatives. Members are concerned about this threat, as well as those outside.”
Moscow Times | Navalny will be arrested on the eve of Monday’s protests
A Moscow court has granted a motion to arrest Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny on parole. Navalny will be in jail during Sunday’s protests.
Le Monde | The French government is facing depression among young people
French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said restrictions on the coronavirus did not stop the virus from spreading enough. As the third national quarantine option began to emerge in France, research on the psychological state of schools that would not open and students who were locked up at home showed that depression was widespread. The government is focusing on the possibility of expanding psychological care for depressive depression.
Al Jazeera | Britain is suspending flights to the United Arab Emirates, the world’s busiest international route
The UK has decided to suspend direct and indirect passenger flights to the United Arab Emirates due to a coronavirus mutation. The route between Dubai and London is known as the busiest international flight. Thousands of British expats live in the United Arab Emirates, and travelers to the Middle East and Africa are said to use the line. According to airline information provider OAG, 190,365 tickets were purchased between Dubai and London in January.