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European Union countries clash over unequal vaccine distribution

March 15, 2021


Six members of the European Union have raised concerns over how the bloc is distributing Covid-19 vaccines, after AstraZeneca cut its delivery targets once again.

Austria, Latvia, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia wrote to the European Commission on Saturday to complain that jabs are not being delivered on a proportionate basis among the 27 countries which make up the European Union.

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