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EU to step up COVID-19 curbs, vaccination

22.01.2021 16:33
EU leaders held a video conference on Thursday to discuss coordination of efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
European Council President Charles Michel.
European Council President Charles Michel. Photo: EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET

They suggested best practices to share and addressed issues including testing, vaccinations and detection of new variants of the virus.

EU leaders pledged to ensure access to more vaccines as some countries, including Poland, face shortages from reduced deliveries.

“Leaders want vaccination to be accelerated. In this respect, commitments on deliveries made by companies must be respected… All possible means will be examined to ensure rapid supply, including early distribution to avoid delays,” said Charles Michel, the President of the European Council.