The head of the European Medicines Agency told AFP that all countries must have access to coronavirus vaccines, as G7 leaders pledged one billion doses for poor nations
A European Medicines Agency recommendation that a type of blood clot should be listed as a "very rare side effect" of the AstraZeneca jab stopped just short of saying there is a causal link with the vaccine
The EU's drug regulator, the European Medicines Agency, finds itself in the hot seat as it decides what to do about blood clot fears over the AstraZeneca coronavirus jab
Why have several European countries suspended use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, citing fears of blood clots, even as the EU regulator insists there is no evidence of a link and calls for jabs to continue?
Europe's drug regulator has launched an in-depth review of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, putting it on course to be the first non-Western jab used across the 27-nation EU
The EU's drugs watchdog has held off authorising Moderna's coronavirus jab despite bringing forward a special meeting, as criticism mounts of the bloc's slow vaccine roll-out