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European Council President Charles Michel has said it is "absolutely vital" that the EU continue working toward improving its vaccine production capabilities, after a meeting with EU leaders in Brussels.
The German chancellor has warned that the coronavirus pandemic threatens to roll back advances in women's rights.
The damage to the perceived safety in Europe of the Unversity of Oxford jab has been uncovered in a new survey by YouGov. French President Emmanuel Macron questioned its efficacy for older people.
Germany will begin allowing family doctors and general practitioners to administer coronavirus vaccines. Extra doses will also be given to German border regions with France and the Czech Republic.
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