EU preparing case against AstraZeneca over vaccine shortfalls, say sources

EU preparing case against AstraZeneca over vaccine shortfalls, say sources
EU preparing case against AstraZeneca over vaccine shortfalls, say sources

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - An EU official involved in talks with vaccine makers told Reuters today that a story by Politico on the matter was correct. — Reuters pic

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BRUSSELS, April 22 — The European Commission is working on legal proceedings against AstraZeneca after the drugmaker cut Covid-19 vaccine deliveries to the European Union, according to sources familiar with the matter.

An EU official involved in talks with vaccine makers told Reuters today that a story by Politico on the matter was correct. “EU states have to decide if they (will) participate. It is about fulfilment of deliveries by the end of the second quarter.”

The Anglo-Swedish drugmaker has been under fire in the trading bloc for cutting supplies several times to levels much lower than promised, and potential legal action had been discussed previously.

There was no immediate response from AstraZeneca todat to a request for comment.

Under its contract with the EU, the company had committed to delivering 180 million vaccine doses in the second quarter.

Chief Executive Pascal Soriot told a hearing of the EU parliament in February that he hoped to meet EU expectations on deliveries in that period.

Politico reported the latest possible legal action citing five unnamed European Union diplomats, adding that at a meeting of ambassadors yesterday a majority of EU countries said they would support suing the company. — Reuters

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