Coronavirus vaccine

‘Highly probable’ that the EU won’t renew its AstraZeneca contract, says French minister

The likelihood that the European Union will renew its COVID vaccine contract with AstraZeneca is very low, according to France’s…

Read More »

Angela Merkel calls for uniform set of COVID restrictions across Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appealed to lawmakers in the Bundestag to pass a bill that would unify COVID-19 restrictions nationwide.…

Read More »

Brussels wants EU vaccine passports ready by the start of summer

Brussels wants vaccine passports to be operational across the EU by the end of June. Pilot schemes will be launched…

Read More »

Countries change tack on AstraZeneca vaccine despite EU call for unity

A number of EU countries and the UK have changed their plan for the rollout of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine,…

Read More »

Slovakia told to return Sputnik V vaccines amid row over their quality

Slovakia was told to return its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccines “due to multiple contract violations”. It came after Slovakia’s State…

Read More »

Denmark among first in Europe to introduce COVID pass scheme

Denmark launched a COVID-19 “passport” scheme on Tuesday that will help to allow non-essential businesses to reopen to customers. The…

Read More »

Hungary to ease lockdown despite COVID-19 surge

Hungary will start easing lockdown restrictions on Wednesday after inoculating more than a quarter of its population with at least…

Read More »

Oxford University suspends AstraZeneca vaccine trial on children

Oxford University announced on Tuesday that it was suspending a trial of the Covid-19 vaccine that it developed with AstraZeneca…

Read More »

Let us into hospitals to show real picture of COVID-19, say media outlets

Media in Hungary say a government ban on them from talking to medical staff or reporting from hospitals is putting…

Read More »

COVID vaccine rollout ‘unbearably slow’ in Europe as cases rise, warns WHO

The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine in Europe is “unacceptably slow” as the number of new cases across the region…

Read More »
Back to top button