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Europe’s Vaccine Suspension May Be Driven as Much by Politics as Science


Once it became clear Germany was pausing, the pressure mounted on other governments to hold off as well, out of fear of seeming incautious and for the sake of a united front. World
By Jason Horowitz and Benjamin Mueller from NYT World

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