WHO warns of vaccination apathy as EU chief mulls mandatory Covid-19 jabs • FRANCE 24 English

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The #WHO issued stern warnings Wednesday on the dangers of #vaccination apathy and the #EuropeanUnion put mandatory jabs on the table as the United States registered its first case of the fast-spreading #Omicron strain of the #coronavirus.

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