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News: European Immunization Week 2022: Statement by Executive Director Emer Cooke – Why vaccines contribute to a “Long Life for All” (new)
Last updated: 25/04/2022
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
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Hepatitis of unknown origin – Reporting protocol 2022
Technical guidance – 29 Apr 2022
This reporting protocol is intended for reporting national case-based data for surveillance of hepatitis of unknown origin from all the countries and areas of the WHO European Region, including the 27 countries of the European Union (EU) and the additional three countries of the European Economic Area (EEA), to the European level.
Accessed 29 Apr 2022
Statement 29 April 2022
Commission statement on the resignation of Fabrice Leggeri [Frontex]
Press release 28 April 2022
EU and international partners put forward a Declaration for the Future of the Internet
Today, the European Union, the United States, and several international partners have proposed a Declaration for the Future of the Internet, setting out the vision and principles of a trusted Internet.
Speech 27 April 2022 Brussels
Speech by Vice-President Jourová on abusive lawsuits against journalists and human rights defenders ‘SLAPPs‘
Press release 26 April 2022
Food security in Horn of Africa: EU steps up support to drought-affected countries
A devastating climate-induced drought is affecting the Horn of Africa. The situation is worsened by the impact of COVID-19, conflict and insecurity situation in the region, as well as the expected aggravation of food insecurity and nutrition due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Press release 25 April 2022
Russian war crimes in Ukraine: Commission proposes to reinforce the mandate of Eurojust to collect and preserve evidence of war crimes
Today, the Commission has proposed to amend the Eurojust Regulation to give the Agency the legal possibility to collect, preserve and share evidence on war crimes.