Wednesday, February 28

Switzerland

Bern Looks At Possible Death Following Pfizer Vaccine
Europe, News, Switzerland

Bern Looks At Possible Death Following Pfizer Vaccine

Switzerland is investigating the death of an older man in Lucerne just days after he was vaccinated against the feared coronavirus.   According to a spokeswoman for the cantonal health service in Lucerne, the case has surfaced in media and the Swiss institute dealing with the authorization of vaccinations has been informed. No further statements have been made. That institute has approved the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine this month. In doing so, it realized that side effects could be the same as with flu shots. The older man lived in a nursing home in the accumulation of the city of Lucerne, according to local media, and was generally physically healthy. He was demented and could not take flu shots. He was vaccinated on Christmas Eve without consulting his doctor, who knew the man co...
Switzerland Wants to Relax its Corona Restrictions Step by Step
Europe, News, Switzerland

Switzerland Wants to Relax its Corona Restrictions Step by Step

Switzerland wants to relax its corona restrictions step by step. From April 27, hairdressers can get back to work.   Some of the schools will be open again from May 11, as will markets and shops. And on June 8, it will be the turn of other schools, universities, museums and libraries. The Swiss government emphasizes that the easing can only be done if the outbreak remains under control, so without a significant increase in the number of new infections. The authorities emphasize that it is still necessary to keep a distance. It is also not excluded that in some instances, there will always be an obligation to wear a mask. Switzerland has so far had over 26,400 infections. More than 1,200 patients succumbed to the coronavirus.
British Fake Spy Arrested in Switzerland
Europe, Local, News, Switzerland, UK

British Fake Spy Arrested in Switzerland

British Fake Spy Arrested in Switzerland. The Swiss police have arrested one of the most famous fraud suspects in Great Britain, reports Zoom News.   The 45-year-old Mark Acklom would have paid a woman 850,000 pounds by pretending to be the intelligence service MI6, reports British media. He then left with the northern sun. The victim told the BBC last year how Acklom put her on the wrong foot during their relationship. The woman was allowed to come to a scene with his boss at MI6. There she saw how the fraudster walked into an underground car park along heavily armed guards, supposedly to enter the intelligence building through the back door. The man borrowed hundreds of thousands of pounds from his girlfriend and disappeared at the end of 2012. The authorities later discovered ...