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Criticism of negotiators: The EU came too late to procure vaccines

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When the EU set up the steering committee to buy vaccines, the USA and Great Britain had already placed their first orders. Criticism of competence and contracts, Auer’s role unclear.

From Adolf Winkler | 6 a.m., March 20, 2021

Vaccines from Moderna, AstraZeneca, PfozerBiontech © (c) AFP (THOMAS KIENZLE)

“We went very far. We bought everything that could be bought.” With these words defended Sandra Gallina On January 12, 2021 in the almost deserted EU Parliament in front of the EU MPs connected via video, the vaccine procurement for the EU and its 27 member states. Gallina is the chair of the steering committee set up by the EU Commission to buy vaccines. At the hearing in front of the EU Parliament it was not yet about the controversial exchange (“bazaar”) of vaccine doses among the EU states, about which some heads of government, according to Sebastian Kurz, knew nothing. Rather, it was already apparent at that time that the EU was still much more seriously behind in terms of delivery quantities and vaccination plans. Gallina defended herself in front of the EU Parliament: “In the first quarter there are not as many vaccine doses as we would like. The contracts contain schedules that promise many more vaccine doses from April onwards. “


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