WHO expert committee recommends third dose of vaccine for immunocompromised people and those over 60

VACCINATION – The recommendation concerns people over 60 years of age vaccinated with Sinopharm or Sinovac as well as people “moderately or severely immunocompromised” A WHO expert committee recommended Monday to give an additional dose of anti-Covid vaccine to people “moderately or severely immunocompromised” for all vaccines approved by the UN agency. The same committee … Read more

“We put the cart before the horse”

Elise Denjean, edited by Laura Laplaud 08:48 am, October 11, 2021, modified at 10:52 a.m., October 11, 2021 A decree, resulting from the anti-waste law voted in early 2020, appears on Tuesday. It provides for the end of plastic packaging for fruits and vegetables on January 1, 2022. A flagship measure against plastic waste even … Read more

The EU will “encourage” states to lower energy taxes

Will the (European) Union be strong? The European Commission will encourage states to lower energy taxes and redistribute the benefits of rising prices to the most disadvantaged through various tools at their disposal, Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton said on Monday. “All the States will (…) benefit from this situation because there are a lot … Read more

Shiba Inu on the way to take the third position in capitalization behind Bitcoin and Ethereum!

Shiba Inu continues to rise, and experts predict that memecoin is gearing up to be among the top three cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization. According to experts, SHIB will change ADA in the current rally. Shiba Inu, the memecoin that became popular as a Dogecoin-killer, now ranks twelfth based on market capitalization, according to … Read more

What are you risking if you do not declare your swimming pool?

Bercy goes hunting for undeclared swimming pools. The General Directorate of Public Finances will test a new tool in nine departments (Alpes-Maritimes (06), Var (83), Bouches-du-Rhône (13), Ardèche (07), Rhône (69), Haute-Savoie ( 74), Vendée (85), Maine-et-Loire (49) and Morbihan (56)) before generalizing it to the whole of France in 2022. In 2019, around 3000 … Read more

why the world remains dependent on coal

SURVEY – Faced with the demand for energy and the exorbitant cost of gas, it is back in force, in reverse of the climate objectives which recommend the rapid end of this 19th century fuel. The most polluting energy resource on the planet dies hard. When she should be on the verge of extinction, she … Read more

methodological bias and disparities in “voting intentions”

Almost twenty surveys on voting intentions have already been published since the beginning of September. This abundant production gives a strong rhythm to the media agenda. The measuring instrument has become an actor in the electoral campaign which puts pressure on all the candidates. A nervousness exacerbated by the irruption of the “Zemmour phenomenon” – … Read more