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EU ends legal dispute with AstraZeneca over vaccine delays
The Commission and the company have struck a deal to guarantee all the 300 million doses will be delivered by the end of March 2022.
Milk, bread and... a COVID jab? Vaccines given at Belgian supermarket
Customers in Brussels can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine at several different stores in an effort to boost the vaccination rate in the Belgian capital.
Meet the French health workers against compulsory COVID vaccination
French health workers who refuse mandatory vaccination will face a suspension without remuneration. Many are up in arms against the new rules.
EU needs more than 70% vaccination coverage to stop variants
Professor Marc Van Ranst says COVID-19 can "happily circulate" among the unvaccinated and urges EU countries to speed up their health campaigns.
Delta or Delta Plus? What's the variant putting Europe 'on thin ice'?
Delta variant COVID cases have risen by 46% in a week in the UK, while experts estimate 90% of all Europe's coronavirus cases will be the Delta variety by the end of August.
Painkillers not recommended before a COVID-19 vaccine - health experts
Misleading posts online have suggested that people should take antihistamines or painkillers before getting their coronavirus vaccine, but the WHO has warned against this.
Why did Romania's vaccine rollout derail after a successful start?
Romania's COVID-19 vaccination campaign was initially more successful than many of its richer EU neighbours. So why has it derailed and can it get back on track?
Airbnb listing suspended over spreading vaccine misinformation
The hosts were spreading common anti-vaccination narratives, claiming falsely that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines shed from person to person.
UK to ease COVID rules but warns Indian variant could disrupt progress
The British prime minister said the variant, which has killed at least four people in the UK, could pose "a serious disruption" to removing restrictions in June.
EU economy set to grow faster than expected thanks to vaccination
The European Commission estimates that this year the EU and the eurozone will grow by 4.2% and 4.3%, respectively.
IP rights just one part of vaccine production, says EU's trade chief
Valdis Dombrovskis, the EU's trade chief, told Euronews that other measures, besides patent waivers, need to be considered to ramp up global production of COVID-19 vaccines.
EU slams Russia and China for Western vaccines disinformation campaign
Moscow and Beijing's vaccine diplomacy includes "disinformation and manipulation efforts to undermine trust in Western-made vaccines," according to an EU report.
EU's legal action against AstraZeneca: Why now? How will it play out?
After months of accusations and criticism, Brussels has today revealed it's taking AstraZeneca to court.
EU begins legal action against AstraZeneca over 'breach of contract'
"The company has not been in the position to come up with a reliable strategy to ensure the timely delivery of doses," said a European Commission spokesperson.
EU to vaccinate 70% of adult population by July, says Von der Leyen
The European Commission president has announced that 70% of the adult population in the EU will receive at least one vaccine dose by July.
Latin American leaders call for more vaccines at Andorra summit
The region has been disproportionately hit by the pandemic, accounting for nearly 30% of the world's COVID-19 deaths.
COVID mass vaccination centre in Nice closes as just 58 people turn up
More than 4,000 doses of the AstraZeneca jab were available at the centre this weekend but it closed after a few hours due to low turnout.
Merkel calls for uniform set of COVID restrictions across Germany
"The situation is serious, very serious, and we need to take it seriously," German Chancellor Angela Merkel told lawmakers. She is trying to pass a bill that would force regions to implement a uniform set of coronavirus restrictions.
EU to get an extra 50 million COVID vaccines by the end of June
The European Commission chief said the total doses EU countries will receive from Pfizer will now be 250 million in the second quarter of this year.
Brussels wants EU vaccine passports ready by the start of summer
Pilot schemes will be launched at the beginning of that month with the aim to have the whole system up and running by June 21, says the European Commission.
Slovakia told to return Sputnik V vaccines amid row over their quality
"All Sputnik V batches are of the same quality and undergo rigorous quality control at the Gamaleya Institute," said the official Twitter account of the Sputnik V vaccine.
Lockdown and vaccine drive saw UK COVID cases drop 60%, says study
The study by Imperial College London also found that the relationship between infections and deaths is diverging, "suggesting that infections may have resulted in fewer hospitalisations and deaths since the start of widespread vaccination".
Countries change tack on AstraZeneca vaccine despite EU call for unity
Countries are changing their recommendations for who should receive the AstraZeneca coronavirus jab after the EMA confirmed a "possible link" between the vaccine and a rare form of blood clot.
Hungary to ease lockdown despite COVID-19 surge
PM Viktor Orban said the country could start reopening after more than a quarter of the population has been inoculated.
Experts debunk claims that vaccines cause new COVID-19 variants
False rumours have circulated on Facebook in France that vaccinated people are more likely to infect others with new strains. Immunologists and the WHO have reiterated that there is "no evidence" of this.
Let us into hospitals to show real COVID picture, says Hungary's media
A government decree bans journalists from reporting inside hospitals or interviewing health care professionals. Journalists say this risks "exacerbating the epidemic".