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Vaccine Shortages Hit E.U. in a Setback for Its Immunization Race – The New York Times

Spain has suspended vaccinations in Madrid because of a shortfall of doses, as the European Union locks horns with the drugmaker AstraZeneca over vaccine delivery…

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BRUSSELS Europes coronavirus vaccination woes snowballed into a full-blown crisis Wednesday, as Spain became the first country to partly suspend immunizations for lack of doses, and a dispute escalated with AstraZeneca over the drugmakers announcement that it would slash deliveries of its vaccine by 60 percent because of production shortfalls.
The European Union has been beset by a litany of problems since it approved its first coronavirus vaccine, made by Pfizer and BioNTech, in December and rushed…

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