A host of parents in the Czech Republic, a member state of the European Union (EU) asked the European Court for Human Rights to intervene to save their children. Nurseries across the Czech Republic refused today to enlist the children who haven’t received the anti-Corona vaccine yet.
The upper camera of the court stressed that vaccination becomes a necessity in a democratic society.
Nicolas Herfio, a human rightist in the Czech Republic said that rule of the European Court supports mandatory vaccination during the current period as the standing dangers due to the Coronavirus are still on the horizon.
Despite the rising rate of vaccination across the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned last week that the virus continues to infect more people in all parts of the globe.
The organization indicated that the figure of infections in Europe stirred anxiety over the last few months.
It revealed that the pace of vaccination in some European countries goes slowly in an unacceptable manner.
The regional office of the WHO in Europe stressed those slow vaccination oblongs the period of the pandemic.
It is worth noting the number of infections in Europe rose sharply over the last five weeks.
The Who has warned that most of the European countries face “real danger” since the mutated virus of Corona was detected in the United Kingdom (UK) in spite of hope related to the vaccines.
However, the European Drug Agency unveiled that there is a probable link between the vaccine produced by AstraZeneca, a UK company, and the coagulation of blood in some persons who received the vaccine.
Emmer Cock, CEO of the European agency acknowledged during a press conference held today, Thursday, that coagulation may be a side effect of the vaccine developed by the British company in cooperation with Oxford University.
Cock defended the vaccine by saying the possibility of death if the virus exceeds the chances of death due to the side effects resulted from the vaccine.