February 24, 2021 | 8:30 AM (PT) / 11:30AM (ET) REGISTER Join Richard Polak, Senior Global Adviser of Alliant’s Global Benefits Practice, and Asinta partner,... Read More
People over 60 and people ages 45-59 with co-morbidities can get the vaccine at designated hospitals as of  March 1st. The cost of the vaccine... Read More
CANADA, MEXICO, COLOMBIA & BRAZIL: Alliant’s Americas Webinar Series Learn about the trends happening in the Canadian benefits marketplace from this February 24th webinar presented... Read More
Colombia’s anti-money laundering and terrorism (AML) system is a transparency tool that Colombia’s government agency SARLAFT uses with international companies to ensure their business dealings... Read More
The measures to tackle COVID-19 in the Middle East have succeeded in flattening the curve and limiting the spread of the virus. The number of... Read More
DOL COVID-19 Outbreak Period Set to End on February 28th In early 2020, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued mandatory deadline relief and other guidance... Read More
The UK government has not legislated to make the vaccine compulsory. The element of choice in deciding whether to have a vaccine presents employers with... Read More
According to Balkan Insight, “After receiving the first batches of the vaccine acquired by Brussels, EU member states in Central and Eastern Europe on Sunday... Read More
According to a (first-person) report released on February 5, 2021, in the Guardian, an asymptomatic person who tests positive for COVID-19 goes to a government-sponsored... Read More
On December 31, 2020, the Brexit transition period ended, and the provisions of the UK-EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement took effect. Chapter 7 of the... Read More
According to a January 27, 2021 report from ABC News, “Amid another COVID-19 surge, Spanish health authorities are running out of vaccines and have been forced... Read More
Colombia is in tune with the world situation due to COVID-19 and has worked to obtain vaccines from different suppliers such as Janssen, Pfizer, AstraZeneca.... Read More
The Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine is approved for use in Australia, with the roll-out hopefully to start in February. Refer to this document to understand the government’s... Read More
According to the Canadian government’s COVID-19 website, “Everyone who lives in Canada will have access to a safe, effective, and free COVID-19 vaccine in 2021.... Read More
Germany’s current lockdown, its second, was recently extended until February 14, while about 10 more difficult weeks are expected due to the scarcity of the... Read More
Older people in rest homes and medical workers will be vaccinated in the residency or hospitals where they stay or work. They will be the... Read More
According to the Anadolu Agency, “Health professionals are having to make complex and very difficult decisions in the context of disaster medicine and establish priority... Read More
In 2021 everyone aged 18 and over in the Netherlands will be invited to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccination recipient hierarchy and sequencing The Dutch... Read More
According to National Public Radio’s report on January 26, 2021, “Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte handed in his resignation to the president on Tuesday following weeks... Read More
Ireland is currently in total lockdown until March 5, 2021, and there is very little clarity as to the re-opening schedule that will follow this... Read More