Europe recasts COVID-19 vaccine playbook after first-round flop

By John Miller and Ludwig Burger ZURICH (Reuters) – Europe, under fire for fumbling its vaccine roll-out and fighting a fresh wave of infections, is scrambling to speed up the pace of injections and avoid being left further behind by Britain and the United States. In Paris, the city’s hallowed national soccer stadium is being transformed into a mass vaccination hub, while Italy – with 20,000 infections daily – has put the army and civil defence agency in charge, after new Prime Minister Mario Draghi fired the country’s vaccine czar. Over Easter, Germany’s North Rhine-Westphalia state is relaxi…

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