EU struggles with vaccine delays and new Covid surge – BBC News

Now that a number of EU countries have shown an interest in vaccines from Russia and, to a lesser extent, from China, the Slovak Prime Minister, Igor Matovic, announced he would like to send “a little message to the head of the EMA: ‘Dear Christa, we would all be very happy for you to change your working hours at the EMA for the following months to 24 hours a day and 7 days a week – and to approve vaccines not in three months but in three weeks. It’s a matter of life and death’.”