In line with global trends, deliveries of COVID-19 vaccine supplies to Southeast Europe increased in April, but the record to-date shows it was anything but a steady supply. In most cases, the non-EU countries in the region are still running relatively small vaccination programs with tightly constrained supplies arriving from multiple sources.
A plethora of sources, but very limited quantities
Vaccine supplies are reaching the region through several routes. These include direct purcha…
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