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Germany wants EU export restrictions on vaccine after supply shortage


Germany’s Health Minister Jens Spahn has backed European proposals for the introduction of export limits on vaccines amid delivery delays of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 shot and supply shortages.
“I can understand that there are production problems but then it must affect everyone in the same way,” Spahn told ZDF television, Reuters reported on Tuesday. 
“This is not about Europe first but about Europe’s fair share,” he added, before saying that export limits on the COVID shots made sense. 

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