Europe is still tired of Corona

 Corona is growing again in Europe. This infection is called the third wave. 

Several European countries, including Germany, have issued new lockdowns ahead of the Easter holidays. 

All the shops except food supermarkets, drug stores, sanitary, saloons, petrol pumps, banks, post offices and book shops have been closed for a long time. 

Restaurants and places of worship are also closed. Also, all bars, clubs, theatres, zoos, public swimming pools, children's play areas are closed.

 Educational institutions are also running irregularly.

Immigration, mismanagement and procrastination with vaccines and inadequacy of vaccines are increasingly causing frustration, confusion and anger among the people of the 27 countries of the European Union (EU). 

It was decided to vaccinate the EU countries collectively. But less than promised has led to a slowdown in vaccination.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has been criticized for slowing vaccinations. 

Members of the European Parliament questioned her about the reason for the delay. 

Admitting some tactical errors, Von der Leyen said, "It took a long time to approve the vaccine, so it was too late to place the order.

 We were very optimistic about the mass production of the vaccine, but the delay is because it did not happen.

Vaccination in Europe began on 28 December. Ursula von der Leyen, then President of the European Commission, said: "Slow vaccinations will help us return to normal life." 

And German Health Minister Jens Spahn said the vaccine was the key to overcoming the pandemic. 

But in the last three months, the vaccination of 80-year-old citizens of Europe has not been completed.

According to the German newspaper The Site, the rate of vaccination in all European countries, large and small, is very disappointing in this initial period of the third wave of coronavirus infection.

 In Germany, with a population of 83 million, only 9.5 per cent, in France with a population of 67 million, 9 per cent, and in Spain, a population of 46.9 million, a total of 9 per cent have been vaccinated.

But in mainland Europe, German company BioNtech and US pharmaceutical manufacturer Pfizer invented the world's first effective corona vaccine. 

The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine was later invented in Sweden and the United Kingdom. 

However, indecision, delays by the European Medicines Agency and the EU's complex bureaucracy prolong the implementation of immunization plans. 

At the moment, the vaccines of BioNtech / Pfizer, Oxford-AstraZeneca, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson have been approved in Europe. 

Some other companies such as Curevac, NovaVax, Sputnik, Sanofi are being tested by the European Medicines Agency. 

So far, only 70 million doses of the vaccine have been reserved for the EU, which has a population of about 450 million. 

About 50 million people have been taken it. In the meantime, the European people are feeling panic as new infections increase.

Added to this is the dishonesty of some politicians who capitalize on Corona. 

According to German government strategists, about 25,000 cases of fraud have been detected in emergency financial incentives to help small, large or medium-sized businesses.

Because of all these politicians, the largest party in Germany's ruling coalition government, Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union Party, has lost popularity.

 The party's vote in two state governments has plummeted after allegations were made against two members of the Bundestag in the German legislature over the commission on the purchase of FFP to masks. 

German political analysts believe the 20th general election in October will have the same effect. 

According to German government strategists, about 25,000 cases of fraud have been detected in emergency financial incentives to help small, large or medium-sized businesses.

Confusion has also spread that some other European countries, including Germany, have stopped using the AstraZeneca vaccine and reintroduced it later. 

Health ministers and politicians of different countries are not able to keep their word almost every day by promising to vaccinate everyone soon. 

However, the EU said it would meet its goal of vaccinating all member states by next summer.

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