Euronews 8 Jan 2021

EU secures 300 million more vaccine doses - doubling its current number


The European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen gives an update on the coronavirus vaccine rollout in the EU, amid criticism it was too slow and not enough jabs were ordered.

The New York Times is reporting that the Trump Administration passed when Pfizer offered to sell more vaccine doses last summer: "Now Pfizer may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the United States until next June because of its commitments to other countries." Aired on 12/7/2020.
The Business Secretary has told Kay Burley he expects "some millions" of the COVID vaccine starting initially with 800,000 doses.
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti weigh in on the start of Covid vaccinations in Britain, Dr. Anthony Fauci's prediction that we will see another surge in cases stemming from Thanksgiving, and reports that the Trump Administration chose to pass on Pfizer's offer to provide additional Coronavirus vaccines.
For months, the Trump administration promised to deliver as much as 100 million coronavirus vaccine doses by the New Year. It will ultimately deliver a fraction of that.

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