January 6th According to an EFI Brussels on January 4, the EU’s coronavirus vaccination action has attracted criticism in some member states, including reasons such as insufficient vaccine numbers and slow vaccination progress.
The European Commission is under increasing pressure to accelerate the procurement of vaccines.
Amid this strain, the European Drug Administration (EMA) held a special meeting on Monday to discuss the approval of the coronavirus vaccine from the U.S. pharmaceutical company Moderna.
In the end, the meeting reached no conclusions, and the decision on whether to approve it will remain until the originally set date (this Wednesday).
According to the report, in many EU countries, in recent days, there have been increasing criticism of the insufficient number of vaccines jointly produced by biotechnology companies and Pfizer purchased by the European Union.
Other EU countries have been accused of failing to properly manage the vaccines received.
Eric Mamey, the chief spokesman of the European Commission, said: “We are in the initial stage of deployment.
Obviously, such challenging work always encounters difficulties.
France, Spain, Italy, Germany and other countries symbolically vaccinated the first batch of citizens by the end of 2020, but larger vaccinations are not expected to start until January 2021.
According to AFP Paris on January 4, in an interview published by La Pasien on Monday night, Gézavière Bertrand, chairman of the Parliament of the Regional Council of Haute-de-France and former Minister of Health, believes that vaccines should be “the top priority of the country” and “to promote it to the people”.
He called on the government to be “full transparency” on the number of vaccines available.
He affirmed: “We can’t experience the official lies about masks again.
This set of statements made up due to shortages of supplies is a complete failure.
He mentioned that in order to speed up vaccination, “the process of obtaining the consent of the vaccinator should be verbally agreed, not on paper”.
He also proposed to hand over logistics to “professional logistics companies, as well as the armed forces health service center”.
He believes that in addition to the vaccines ordered by the European Union, “of course” they will buy them again, even if the price is more expensive. He affirmed: “Human health is priceless.”