Why the EU’s covid-19 vaccination programme went wrong

Written by Unsigned 2 April 2021

“​​It is true that some European countries have high levels of vaccine hesitancy when it comes to adult vaccination and that some suffer from inefficient public institutions. But the fact that all the bloc’s members are doing badly compared with peers elsewhere strongly suggests a shared procurement problem” (The Economist, 2021).

Publisher: The Economist

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Categories: Multilateralism, Liberal Democracy