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    Bây giờ đến lượt Áo (Hallein)

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    Boris Johnson self-isolates ahead of England's "Freedom Day"

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    Merkel giục bà con đi chích ngừa vì sợ 2 tuần nữa, số người bị truyền nhiễm sẽ tăng theo cấp số nhân (lũy thừa). "Mỗi một mũi chích ngừa là một bước tiến nhỏ trở về đời sống bình thường". Theo số liệu của chính phủ, Đức hiện có hơn 39 triệu người chích đủ 2 mũi (không có tui) tức là 48% dân số. Và có hơn 50 triệu người đã chích ngừa SARS-CoV-2 một mũi (có tui), tức là 60,4 % dân số.

    Coronavirus: Angela Merkel urges citizens to get vaccinated
    Merkel has warned that coronavirus restrictions may have to be reintroduced to curb a rise in cases. The chancellor also called for "patience" in the wake of last week's devastating floods.

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday she was worried about the "exponential growth" of coronavirus infections.

    Merkel commented on a number of topics in her final summer address to journalists before leaving office — from the recent spyware scandal to women in politics. But it was the pandemic and last week's flooding in western Germany that were of immediate concern for the chancellor.

    She called upon citizens who have been vaccinated against the virus to "try and convince" others to do the same.

    "The infection figures are rising again and with a clear and worrying dynamic," Merkel said in Berlin. "Every vaccination... is a small step towards a return to normality."

    Cases set to double, restrictions possible

    The number of COVID infections in Germany has been slowly increasing over the past two weeks, largely fueled by the Delta variant.

    The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) on Thursday registered 1,890 new infections over the past 24 hours and an incidence rate of 12.2 new cases per 100,000 people over the past seven days — up from a low of 4.9 in early July.

    Merkel said she expected cases to double in the next two weeks and that stricter restrictions may have to be reintroduced. "With a rising incidence rate, it could be that we need to introduce additional measures," she said.

    "The more who are vaccinated, the freer we will be again."

    People still missing after floods

    Damage from last week's devastating floods that hit western parts of the country was immense and it would take a long time to fix, Merkel told reporters.

    "We will need patience," Merkel said, adding people were still missing.

    Merkel said not enough has been done to reduce carbon emissions, after her potential successoras chancellor, Armin Laschet, cited global warming as a key factor behind the floods.

    "This is not only true for Germany but for many countries in the world," Merkel said.

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    ‘Fishermen’s day’ must let women compete, German court rules

    The state court in Memmingen said the group that organises the town’s Fischertag, or fishermen’s day, must allow female members to participate in the climax of the annual summer event, which features people jumping into a stream with nets to catch trout. Whoever catches the biggest fish is crowned the “fishermen’s king”.

    The tradition is said to date back to the 16th century. The 1931 statutes of the organisers state that “to preserve the centuries-old tradition” only male members who have lived in Memmingen for at least five years are allowed to participate.

    The group said it planned to decide on Thursday whether to appeal to a federal court, the German news agency DPA reported. The mayor of Memmingen, Manfred Schilder, said the ruling was clear and the event “will change”.

    The case pitted associations’ legal freedom to set their own rules against the requirement for equal treatment. The head of the group that organises the Memmingen event, Michael Ruppert, said the verdict “could affect many, many associations across Germany”.
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