COVID-19

How Europe’s vaccine donations went tragically wrong

Covid vaccine equity remains out of reach, as wealthy nations drag their feet on donations, and vaccine stocks pass their use-by dates. By Lucien Hordijk and Priti Patnaik | 23 May 2022 Though Brussels was largely successful in buying billions of covid-19 vaccine doses for an entire continent, circumventing nationalist policies and bidding wars between member states, it …

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Brussels pressured drug regulator to approve Pfizer vaccine

Leaked documents show that the European Commission put pressure on the European Medicines Agency to approve the first Covid-19 vaccines simultaneously with the American FDA. This happened when the regulator still had serious questions about the purity of the vaccine. By Lucien Hordijk The full article has been published on FTM (in Dutch). According to …

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