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In New Delhi, hotels and wedding banquet halls are being converted into COVID-19 centres amid a surge in cases.
How a court ruling lays the ground for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination
A recent ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has set a precedent that European countries could use to make COVID-19 vaccines compulsory.
Mandatory child vaccinations 'necessary in a democratic society'
The ruling came in a case involving several Czech families whose children had been refused admission to school because they had not been fully vaccinated against a panel of diseases.
Has Europe’s largest ethnic minority been forgotten over COVID jabs?
Slovakia is currently the only EU nation to recognise its Roma community as an at-risk group in its vaccination campaign despite Romani being more likely than the general population to suffer from cardiovascular diseases and other chronic diseases.
EU banks on homegrown COVID-19 vaccines amid delays and supply issues
The EU wants to become the world's leading vaccine producer in a bid to accelerate its sluggish inoculation campaign. Will it work?
Oxford University suspends AstraZeneca vaccine trial on children
Oxford University has paused a trial of the vaccine on children and teenagers until further review by the British regulator.
UK regulator says AstraZeneca vaccine safe despite 7 clot deaths
UK medicines agency confirms seven deaths from rare blood clots from 18m people who received the AstraZeneca vaccine but says benefits still far outweigh risks.
Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine to be delivered in EU from April 19
The single dose vaccine is already approved in the European Union but the first deliveries are not expected until mid-April.
Austria in talks to purchase Sputnik V vaccine from Russia
Austria is negotiating with Russia to buy one million doses of its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, despite the jab having not yet been approved by the European Medicines Agency.
Kosovo receives first COVID-19 vaccines through Covax scheme
Kosovo said they had received 24,000 AstraZeneca vaccines, which will be used for medical personnel, elderly people and those with chronic diseases.
Norway delays decision on AstraZeneca vaccines for three weeks
Norwegian health authorities said they will extend the temporary suspension of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine by three weeks, despite assurances from the EMA.
Denmark extends AstraZeneca vaccine suspension for three weeks
Denmark has extended its suspension of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines by three weeks.
EU summit in Brussels: Four key things to look out for
European leaders will hold a videoconference Thursday where the vaccine rollout and the transatlantic relationship will be just some of the issues discussed.
AstraZeneca says half of 'vaccine stockpile' heading for EU nations
The Anglo-Swedish company confirms that the other 13m doses found during the inspection of an Italian factory will be sent to low income countries.
EU must 'increase vaccine manufacturing capacities' says EMA chief
MEPs grilled European Medicines Agency chief Emer Cooke on the bloc’s vaccination drive, which has come under fire for its slow rollout.
As Europe mulls Russia’s Sputnik V jab, how is it going down at home?
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in March that just two million Russians had received both doses of the vaccine, representing less than 2% of the population.
Limited access to COVID vaccines for Europe's poor: the case of Moldova
Moldova will receive 20% of the country's total COVID-19 vaccine needs through the WHO's co-sponsored COVAX programme. But many more are needed and negotiations with manufacturers are proving to be difficult.
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Europe's week: AstraZeneca vaccine doubts and Rutte's decisive victory
Mark Rutte set for a historic fourth term as Dutch PM, as Europe's vaccination campaign continues to stutter.
Moldova’s vaccine rollout hampered by corruption, says president
Recently-elected President Maia Sandu told Euronews she has secured a donation of 200,000 doses from Romania and free access to 20% of Moldova's total vaccine needs through the global vaccine initiative COVAX. But corruption is hampering the rollout efforts.
Facebook on a new mission to curb COVID-19 vaccine misinformation
The new features aim to tackle misinformation on a wide scale and aid the vaccine roll-out.