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Brussels — The EU  failed to resolve its row with AstraZeneca  over vaccine supplies, raising the risk of additional delays to the bloc’s sluggish inoculation campaign and putting the drugmaker on a collision course with 27 governments.

“We regret the continued lack of clarity on the delivery schedule and request a clear plan from AstraZeneca for the fast delivery of the quantity of vaccines that we reserved for the first quarter,” EU health chief Stella Kyriakides said after a virtual meeting with AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot on Wednesday. “We will work with the company to find solutions and deliver vaccines rapidly for EU citizens.”..

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