As third wave looms, EU leaders struggle to agree on jab-sharing

EU leaders on Thursday searched for solutions to vaccine shortages amid a looming third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic across the bloc – and struggled to overcome differences on how to ensure that each country received its fair share of jabs. “It’s our absolute priority,” European Council President Charles Michel said of distributing vaccines across the bloc. The summit was moved exclusively online as cases climbed in member states. But despite it being a priority, the bloc’s inoculation drive is advancing much slower than in Britain or the United States. Meanwhile, several countries are trying…

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