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European leaders under pressure to speed up mass vaccination – Financial Times

Slow pace of immunisation criticised while jab makers warn of supply bottlenecks



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EU leaders have rushed to quell mounting disquiet over the slow pace of national vaccination campaigns, promising that everyone who wants to be inoculated will be.
Meanwhile, the founder of BioNTech, the German company that pioneered the first vaccine to be approved in Europe, said the EU had been too slow to secure stocks of the jab, and warned of possible bottlenecks with supplies amid surging global demand.
France has been under the most pressure to accelerate its immunisation campaign, with…

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