Europe has once again failed to form a united front against the COVID-19 pandemic as a number of member states imposed age restrictions on the use of AstraZeneca's Vaxzevria vaccine, despite new guidance from the EU's drugs regulator that the shot should continue to be used across all age groups.
In total 17 member states now have restrictions in place in a move that risks confusing citizens, undermining confidence, and further delaying the bloc's already sluggish immunization program.
On Thursday, Germany said it would stick to its national health regulator's recommendation to limit the jabs to people 60 years of age and over.
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