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# AstraZeneca
Ireland to receive 300,000 fewer vaccine doses to April due to supply issues
This is due to the “significant drop” in the expected deliveries from AstraZeneca.
# oxford vaccine
Amid a deepening row, the [heavily redacted] EU-AstraZeneca contract has been published
The contract contains over a dozen uses of the phrase “best reasonable efforts”, and has redacted any mention of costs.
There are numerous references to AstraZeneca making its 'Best Reasonable Efforts' to deliver the vaccine amounts promised.
There is no reference to the UK factories being used only for the British market; but this could be in the UK contract with AstraZeneca.
The head of Ireland's vaccine taskforce said it's possible that the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine could be administered by GPs if the AstraZeneca delivery is delayed.
Ireland to receive 300,000 fewer vaccine doses to April due to supply issues
Explainer: What's happening in the row between the EU and AstraZeneca?
# oxford vaccine
Oxford coronavirus vaccine rollout begins in Northern Ireland
John Grey (84) leaned on his walking stick and said: “I am relieved, let’s say that.
# Vaccine
Oxford Covid-19 vaccine approval unlikely in January, European Medicines Agency says
The vaccine was approved in Britain yesterday.
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High chance that Oxford vaccine could be rolled out in UK before end of the year
Professor Gilbert emphasized that multiple vaccines will be needed to tackle the pandemic.