After the BioNTecb/Pfizer vaccine was fully authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. President Joe Biden stepped up pressure on employers to impose coronavirus vaccination requirements.Biden said it’s important Boost vaccination To contain the Delta variant of the virus.
For the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis 18 months ago, the army returned to Buckingham Palace for a changing of the guard ceremony.this Popular tourist attractionsIt was held in front of the London Palace in March last year to avoid attracting large crowds.
New Jersey announced new vaccination requirements, stipulating all school staff and state employees, Must be fully vaccinated By mid-October. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Monday that teachers and staff in public schools in New York City will also be required to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
The Pentagon stated that the U.S. Department of Defense is preparing to force all military personnel to be vaccinated against Covid-19.Defense spokesman John Kirby said on Monday that military authorities “are preparing Actionable guidance“For compulsory vaccination by the U.S. military.
EasyJet has hired one of the most experienced chief executives of the City of London as its new chairman, and the airline has appointed Stephen Hester to its board of directors as it is trying to make a difference From difficult timesHearst is the former CEO of Royal Bank of Scotland and British Land and will succeed John Button.
Chevron and Hess are mandating certain employee groups to be vaccinated against Covid-19 Hesitation against vaccinesBoth companies have instructed offshore workers in the Gulf of Mexico to vaccinate. Chevron will also require some people on the ground to be stabbed.
London City Airport, a business travel hub, stated that many of its corporate customers are “Return to normal life in stages” Because it pointed to a “slow” return to growth next year. Richard Hill, Chief Commercial Officer of City Airport, said the aviation industry has been “heavy.”
The UK has ordered another 35 million doses of the BioNTech/Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, which will be delivered in the second half of next year as the government prepares Fight against possible mutations in the future Coronavirus. The latest contract brings the total number of Pfizer injections ordered by the UK to 135 million.