Antoine Flahault: “Vaccination alone is not enough to prevent an epidemic across Europe”

Antoine Flahault: "Vaccination alone is not enough to prevent an epidemic across Europe"

The Swiss epidemiologist warns of a wave affecting Eastern Europe, which is likely to turn west. As winter approaches, it does not seem that we can save on health measures.

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TheIn the Kovid front, Europe is a land of contradictions. To understand this, see the latest map of the epidemiological situation published by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The patchwork of colors sometimes shows very different situations from one country to another, and sometimes even from one region to another. Therefore, it is difficult to make a linear analysis across the continent, although trends are emerging, explains Antoine Floholt, epidemiologist at the University of Geneva and director of the Institute for Global Health.

The health situation in the East is getting more and more embarrassing, should we be afraid that pollution will spread to the western part of Europe?

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