In the week when the UK officially recorded 100,000 COVID-19 related deaths and worldwide infections topped 100 million, Adam Boulton and guests discuss the response to the pandemic and the European vaccines row.
The UK has a good vaccines story to tell with more than seven million people having received their first jab. But an argument has been brewing between the European Commission and the drugs firm AstraZeneca over an apparent shortfall in vaccine doses being planned for the EU.
Joining Adam to assess the current state of play are the World Health Organisation’s special envoy for the global COVID-19 response Dr David Nabarro, New York Times Brussels correspondent Matina Stevis-Gridneff, and Sky’s chief political correspondent Jon Craig.
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