EU tightens COVID vaccine export rules as third wave builds

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    The European Union and United Kingdom still appear to be on a collision course over vaccine supplies as the bloc faces a third wave of coronavirus.

    It is set to tighten rules on exporting vaccines, with supplies of the AstraZeneca jab a central issue.

    In the meantime, several countries are struggling to find the right measures to stop more citizens becoming sick.

    Al Jazeera’s Rory Challands reports.

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