Some EU countries complaining about receiving less doses than agreed of the vaccine

A number of EU countries are complaining they are receiving fewer doses of vaccines than had been agreed with Pfizer-BioNTech.

Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia said the situation is unacceptable and is damaging the credibility of the whole process of inoculation.

These countries called on the EU to exert pressure on the American company, Pfizer-BioNTech.

On their part the pharmaceutical company maintained the shortage is a temporary one and was caused by the realignment of the manufacturing process to speed up production.

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Il-proċess ta’ tilqim għall-Covid-19 it-tieni l-aqwa fl-Unjoni Ewropea