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Vaccine passes are also confirmed in trains and restaurants… “The prevention rate fell to 40%”

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In Europe, each country is raising the barrier of quarantine again to prevent the corona virus. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the vaccine alone has a 40% prevention rate.

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In Europe, each country is raising the barrier of quarantine again to prevent the corona virus. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the vaccine alone has a 40% prevention rate.

This news will be delivered by reporter Kim Young-ah.

It’s on the train from Berlin, Germany’s capital, to the countryside.

Flight attendants meet with passengers one-by-one to verify proof of vaccination completion or coronavirus test results.

Then, it was discovered that a passenger was on board with only the first dose.

[독일 철도 직원 : 일단 라이프치히에서 내린 후 그곳에서 코로나 검사를 받고 다시 기차를 타도록 할 것입니다.]

In France, police roam the streets, checking the vaccine passes of restaurant and cafe guests.

Last week, 67% of new cases worldwide came from Europe.

The weekly increase in new confirmed cases also soared sharply from a week ago.

Europe has a vaccination completion rate of 57%, nearly 20% higher than the global average.

However, after the hastily introduced ‘With Corona’ from the summer, the number of people-to-person contact has increased and the spread is soaring again.

[테워드로스 거브러여수스/WHO 사무총장 : 백신이 팬데믹을 종식시켰고, 백신을 맞은 사람은 조심할 필요가 없다는 잘못된 안전 의식이 우려스럽습니다.]

The World Health Organization (WHO) found that vaccine protection rates from 60% have dropped to 40% since the advent of the delta mutation.

Therefore, he emphasized that even if you have been vaccinated, you must always follow basic quarantine rules such as wearing a mask, keeping distance, and avoiding crowded places.

(Video editing: Seunghee Lee)

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