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Title: Europe must come together to confront omicron
Authors: Calero Valdez, André
Iftekhar, Emil Nafis
Oliu-Barton, Miquel
Böhm, Robert
Cuschieri, Sarah
Czypionka, Thomas
Dumpis, Uga
Giordano, Giulia
Hanson, Claudia
Hel, Zdenek
Helova, Anna
Kickbusch, Ilona
Klimek, Peter
Kojan, Lilian
Kretzschmar, Mirjam
Krueger, Tyll
Krutzinna, Jenny
Lange, Berit
Lazarus, Jeffrey V.
Machado, Helena
McKee, Martin
Nagel, Kai
Perc, Matjaž
Petelos, Elena
Popivanov, Nedyu
Pradelski, Bary
Prainsack, Barbara
Schroeder, Kay
Tsiodras, Sotirios
Wilmes, Paul
Wolff, Guntram
Keywords: SARS-CoV-2
Coronavirus infections -- Prevention -- Europe
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Vaccination
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: BMJ Group
Citation: Calero Valdez, A., Iftekhar, E., Oliu-Barton, M., Böhm, R., Cuschieri, S., Czypionka, T. ...Wolff, G. (2022). Europe must come together to confront omicron. The BMJ, 376, o90.
Abstract: The SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant is spreading rapidly in Europe, even in countries with high levels of vaccination, including those that have moved quickly with booster vaccinations. We write as health professionals and researchers from across Europe to call for concerted European action to address the immediate threat and to move rapidly to develop joint plans to tackle future variants of concern effectively. EU Member States have accepted the principle of a European Health Union and have put in place measures to create a Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority.3 They now need to show that they can work together in ways that they have not always done before. [Excerpt from article]
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