Payment service provider Klarna takes back fees

Klarna The Swedish payment service provider Klarna is adapting payment methods in favor of consumers. Industry observers believe that Klarna anticipates possible regulation. (Foto: mauritius images / Robert Evans / Alamy) Frankfurt While banks usually constantly increase fees, Klarna is becoming more generous with its conditions. At the beginning of the week, the Swedish fintech announced … Read more

Incidence rises to 772.7 and reaches a new high – Lauterbach does not recommend tightening protective measures

Germany’s hospitals are currently complaining of above-average staff shortages and lead this to the Effects of the omicron wave back. Almost three quarters of the clinics report higher staff shortages in patient-related areas than is usual at this time of year, according to a survey by the German Hospital Institute of more than 240 clinics … Read more

In addition to compulsory vaccination, Austria is planning financial incentives – RKI reports 133,536 new cases

Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) expects several hundred thousand new corona infections a day by mid-February. With a view to realistic scenarios, it can be assumed “that the wave will peak around mid-February and that we will then have to expect several hundred thousand cases a day,” said Lauterbach on Wednesday evening in the ZDF … Read more

RKI reports a new high of 81,417 new infections – the incidence rises to 427.7

Despite many new infections, the Denmark relaxed several corona restrictions. Zoos, amusement parks, museums, art halls and other facilities are allowed from Sunday onwards to open again, as well as Cinemas and theaters with an upper limit of 500 visitors. The government announced this on Wednesday evening in Copenhagen. In many places, however, you have … Read more

Majority of Germans for compulsory vaccination

The Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, Hendrik Wüst (CDU), wants that in sport Exempt people with a booster vaccination from an additional test requirement. When asked whether the test requirement for boosted people should also be dropped in sport, Wüst said on Saturday in Düsseldorf: “The equation of boosted people with those tested should generally … Read more

Italy introduces mandatory vaccination for people over 50 – Lauterbach wants further contact restrictions

Italy’s government has a coronavirus due to the pandemicCompulsory vaccination for people over 50 introduced. “We are stepping in, especially in the age groups that are more at risk of hospitalization, to take the pressure off the clinics,” said Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Wednesday evening. From February 15, the 2G rule at work will … Read more

Lauterbach announces revision of quarantine rules – Great Britain draws up Omikron contingency plans

The shortening of the quarantine in the pandemic due to Omikron is in the opinion of Berlin’s Governing Mayor Franziska Giffey currently not necessary yet. “Right now we don’t need that because our critical infrastructure has not yet been put out of action,” said the SPD politician in an interview with Deutschlandfunk Weekly. You see … Read more