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Euronews 13 Jan 2021

COVID in Europe: Dutch Vaccination delays; UK gets tough; Ukrainian shortages

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Leaders across Europe are buckling down to prevent a worsening of conditions caused by COVID-19.


Many European countries are planning to begin a vaccine roll-out by the end of December, pending approval by the European medicines agency.
The World Health Organization says the coronavirus pandemic could worsen in Europe early next year.
Now, several European countries, including Germany, are introducing new restrictions over Christmas as they struggle to contain rising numbers of infections and deaths.
In Italy, there have been warnings of a national tragedy after the country's statistics bureau said deaths this year would be the highest since World War II.
Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull has this report from London, England.
A massive vaccination rollout is underway in Europe as more than a dozen countries are reporting cases of a mutated Covid-19 variant. It is believed to be about 70% more contagious than the original. NBC News' Matt Bradley reports on vaccine distribution efforts.
A massive vaccination rollout is under way in Europe as more than a dozen countries are reporting cases of a mutated Covid-19 variant. It is believed to be about 70% more contagious than the original. NBC News' Matt Bradley reports on vaccine distribution efforts.
COVID-19 cases have begun to flatten in Europe as countries begin to ease restrictions and prepare for a massive vaccine rollout.

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