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FILE - Kurt Switil, left, receives a Pfizer vaccination against the coronavirus in Vienna, April 10, 2021. Austria's parliament is due to vote Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022, on plans to introduce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the adult population, the first of its kind in Europe. (AP Photo/Lisa Leutner, File)

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FILE - A teacher wearing a face mask to protect against the spread of coronavirus checks the temperature of her student at Maestro Padilla school as the new school year begins, in Madrid, Sept. 7, 2021. With one of Europe's highest vaccination rates and its most pandemic-battered economies, the Spanish government is laying the groundwork to approach the virus in much the same way countries deal with flu or measles. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, File)

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FILE - A nurse prepares vaccines in the Wizink Center, currently used for COVID-19 vaccinations in Madrid, Dec. 1, 2021. With one of Europe's highest vaccination rates and its most pandemic-battered economies, the Spanish government is laying the groundwork to approach the virus in much the same way countries deal with flu or measles. (AP Photo/Paul White, File)

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FILE - A young woman wearing a face mask looks at her phone on a subway train in Lisbon, Jan. 6, 2022. With one of Europe's highest vaccination rates and its most pandemic-battered economies, the Spanish government is laying the groundwork to approach the virus in much the same way countries deal with flu or measles. Similar steps are under consideration in Portugal and the United Kingdom, whose government says that the omicron wave has peaked. (AP Photo/Armando Franca, File)

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FILE - A nurse holds vials of AstraZeneca vaccine against COVID-19 during a vaccination campaign at WiZink indoor arena in Madrid, April 9, 2021. Some European countries such as Spain are making tentative plans for when they might start treating COVID-19 as an "endemic" disease, but the World Health Organization and other officials have warned that the world is nowhere close to declaring the pandemic over. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, File)

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FILE - Taia Ilhachamia, 71, receives the Pfizer vaccine during a COVID-19 vaccination campaign in Alfaro, northern Spain, May 13, 2021. Some European countries such as Spain are making tentative plans for when they might start treating COVID-19 as an "endemic" disease, but the World Health Organization and other officials have warned that the world is nowhere close to declaring the pandemic over. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos, File)

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Britain's Health Secretary Sajid Javid speaks during a media briefing in Downing Street, London, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022. Face masks will no longer be mandatory in public places and schools in England and COVID-19 passports will be dropped for large events as infections level off in large parts of the country, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Wednesday. (Henry Nicholls/Pool Photo via AP)

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A heath worker takes a nasal swab sample from a student to test for the coronavirus at a school, in Karachi, Pakistan, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)

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FILE - People wearing protective masks to help curb the spread of the coronavirus walk along a pedestrian crossing Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, in Tokyo. The Japanese government announced Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, it will place Tokyo and a dozen other areas under a near-emergency status for COVID-19 effective Friday, allowing local leaders to shorten hours for eateries, as a surge in omicron cases threatens to paralyze society. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)