Europe’s AstraZeneca stockpile mounts as citizens snub jab
After EU countries battled AstraZeneca over shipping delays and even expressed doubts about the effectiveness of the Covid-19 sting, stocks of the company's shots are piling up - unused. By Friday, France had given 16 percent of the 1.1 million two-shot doses of the vaccine it had received since the first delivery in early February, according to the Ministry of Health. The situation has led several European leaders to speak about the vaccine against Oxford / AstraZeneca in the last few days. An official from the French Ministry of Health even called for a "collective rehabilitation campaign" to improve his reputation.
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