Coronavirus pandemic: EU and Astrazeneca battle in court over vaccine delays

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The European Union asked a Belgian court to impose penalties running to millions of euros per day on #AstraZeneca for Covid-19 vaccine doses it has failed to deliver to the bloc.The #EU took the Anglo-Swedish firm to court in April after the drugmaker said it would aim to deliver only 100 million doses of its vaccine by the end of June, instead of the 300 million foreseen in the supply contract. FRANCE 24 correspondent Dave Keating tells us more.

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