Despite high hopes and ambitious goals, most vaccination campaigns in Europe are off to a slow start, hampered by limited stocks of doses and logistical constraints
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
Several European countries tightened coronavirus restrictions on Wednesday, as Germany set a record for daily deaths and the US broke its own daily high for infection numbers
The EU's medicines regulator insists it has the "most appropriate" method to approve a coronavirus vaccine, after Britain became the first Western country to give one the green light
Coronavirus transmission from minks to humans does not necessarily mean the disease will become more dangerous, but scientists are closely monitoring the situation in Denmark
Fears corporate raiders could use the coronavirus crisis to swoop on European firms were perhaps best exemplified by Donald Trump's alleged bid for a German biotech firm working on a vaccine
"Unfounded rumours" causing people to spurn the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine are preventing the elimination of cervical cancer, health authorities say.