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  • the European Union and the World Health Organization will spend €40 million just under $50 million over the next three years to ensure better access to covert 19 vaccines in poor countries in the region.

  • The W H O Regional director for Europe Huns Clogger, told a virtual news briefing on Thursday that Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine will benefit from the initiative, which focuses on readiness, information, campaigns, supplies and health worker training.

  • At this point, the overwhelming majority off European countries remain vulnerable.

  • Right now it's a thin line between the hope of a vaccine and a false sense of security.

  • Based on information from 29 out off the 37 countries currently vaccinating in the European region today, 7.8 million people have completed their immunization Siri's that is equivalent toe on Lee, 1.5% off the population off those 29 countries.

  • The two dose AstraZeneca covert 19 vaccine, developed with Oxford University, had been clouded by doubts after a small study showed it was less effective at preventing mild or moderate disease with the fast spreading South African variant of the virus.

  • Kruger said.

  • While the variant waas off particular concern, it was not yet widespread in the region, but needs to be monitored carefully.

the European Union and the World Health Organization will spend €40 million just under $50 million over the next three years to ensure better access to covert 19 vaccines in poor countries in the region.

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