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The European Union is now vaccinating at a faster pace than the United States and United Kingdom.

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In reply to @DaveKeating
Meanwhile still exporting vaccines around the world 馃憦
 
Wie traurig ist es eigentlich dass in den USA und UK bereits der H枚hepunkt erreicht ist. Obwohl noch weit nicht alle geimpft sind. Da sieht man wie schwierig es wird, die unwilligen/skeptischen 30-50% zu mobilisieren.
 
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Canada is doing quite well now. Our vaccines came from the EU until last week, now some of the US surplus of 2M per day is coming our way. We are at 0.8 or so on that graph this week.
 
 
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Seriously? Great EU catching up, but need to stop being chippy abou it First they loved "fully vaccinated" because of UK 2nd dose delay. Now finally doing bulk vaccination its daily rate. We all know its the area under this curve is what matters. And its not a contenst.
 
Whose turnaround story will be framed as the first half superseding the second half, I wonder 馃
 
 
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You won't see this on the front page of the Daily Express.
 
 
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Whilst exporting 200 million doses, the U.K. becoming an international Pygmy
 
An sure this will be on the front page of @spectator and top news on @BBCNews ....
 
the naysaysers: "not going great in ALL the EU, some places better than others"馃檮馃檮馃檮Tbf tho, maybe the US and UK have ploughed thru the easy to get population already and the EU is doing that now
 
Good news. It keeps us safe @gmb @susannareid100
 
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I thought you said it wasnt a competition Dave..... notice you didnt publish that graph in March..... well done VDL, better late than never.
 
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Naturally because the UK has done the job and EU is still on the first lap.
 
Yet I read yesterday about the EU's "disastrous vaccine campaign" in The Times. Doesn't seem to be going that badly anymore.
 
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Sadly they are still disastrously far behind overall. pic.twitter.com/636tl68OMp
 
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Good. Good for all of us.
 
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鈥瀐a; look at me, much closer to the finish line than the other guys. ...what do you mean I鈥榲e been lapped?鈥
 
Estoy chillando. En UK y USA ya est谩n a nada de hacer vida normal mientras que aqu铆 vamos por el 10% de vacunados y todav铆a nos quieren vender que la UE lo est谩 haciendo genial
 
Il faut le faire savoir haut et fort
 
Info extremement biaisee. Au UK, ils ont vaccine presque tous les gens a risque et maintenant doivent convaincre les reticents et faire la 2eme dose. En Europe, c'est encore a la 1er dose et y'avait beaucoup de retard. Comparer la pente des courbes est inutile. #vaccins
 
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Do they not vaccinate at weekends. Today鈥檚 values馃 pic.twitter.com/SVA3AybS8z
 
It sometimes takes time for the EU to get things up and running, especially when new and complex challenges emerge, but it鈥檚 technocratic approach often produces the best outcome in the end.
 
 
In reply to @DaveKeating
Wonder how many people you have killed by slagging off AZ and the slow response ?
 
 
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馃嚜馃嚭 馃嚙馃嚜 馃嚜馃嚭馃嚙馃嚜馃嚜馃嚭馃嚙馃嚜馃嚜馃嚭馃嚙馃嚜馃嚜馃嚭馃嚙馃嚜may 18 馃檪 馃憤
 
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Given how far behind they were, that's probably to be expected.
 
Glad it could finally see some urgency in saving lives by working at a similar pace.
 
EU-korrespondenter i ett n枚tskal. Tyst medan UK och USA drar ifr氓n EU med vaccineringen. N盲r en tabell 盲ntligen g氓r att utl盲sa som att EU tillf盲lligt g氓r b盲ttre delas den f枚r glatta livet. Kritisk EU-journalistik existerar knappt.
 
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Good be nice to get more and more Countries vaccinated so we can get back to some sort of normal
 
In reply to @MacaesBruno
Situation seems to be improving regarding vaccination rate. twitter.com/DaveKeating/st鈥
 
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European Union needs to stop exporting half (!) of its vaccines to the rest of the world until it controls its situation. Being generous while we are dying is foolish! Brexiters and Americans are now bragging and mocking Europe instead getting political respect
 
Tweets man inte kunde f枚rutsp氓tt i januari 馃憦馃憦馃憦
 
 
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What?!?! But I thought we were so exceptional that we鈥檇 vaccinate our great British people way before the rest the the less good ppl
 
 
The hare and the tortoise effect 馃槉
 
And the Seychelles and Chile on that graph?
 
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Don't mention that in #Hartlepool / #HartlepoolByElection 馃憖
 
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Because we have already vaccinated so many.
 
 
In reply to @susannareid100
@susannareid100 re your comments this morning re EU Vaccine rollout. You keep forgetting also they are doing the 2 at correct intervals. 40 50 year old,s relatives of friends over there already had 2. My 40 to 50 Yr olds here have 2nd in June.
 
Hajr谩 Uni贸! Nehidjetek Orb谩nnak, Putyinnak,Erdog谩nnak! Nem fossz谩k ki a vil芒got! fecsego.eu pic.twitter.com/C6bmXTawv4
 
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USA and UK companies have done Sterling work exporting millions of vaccines from their EU based manufacturing plants. Given the rogue EU regime has repeatedly stolen vaccines due to other countries big pharma may choose to relocate to the free world once the pandemic is over.
 
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Because UK and USA have already vaccinated the important ones
 
 
 
That鈥檚 good progress
 
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Siamo burocratici, lenti, ma poi arriviamo #eurodiesel
 
Good news! Sounds like they finally got their act together. We might get a European summer holiday after all!
 
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And with data going up to the 9th (the EU still vaccinating faster than the US, but not the UK) pic.twitter.com/xRMEKvtgUf
 
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Brexit I assume? 馃槑
 
Now featuring as Chief-Exec.com Chart of the Week
 
All about perspective.

They are vaccinating quicker now but they鈥檙e still very much behind. pic.twitter.com/Lt8hLhmVTK
 
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We won't see that in the media....
 
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鈥淗are and Tortoise鈥 la-fontaine-ch-thierry.net/sixstagsun.html or 鈥淐icada and Ant鈥 la-fontaine-ch-thierry.net/onegramu.htm ? Europe read La Fontaine.
 
 
 
 
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Yeo. Here in Ireland within a few weeks everyone knows someone fully vaxxed who isn't over 60. I am hoping for my age group will be fully done by end June. Here you get second vaccine after 4 weeks.
 
 
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Good news. For all of us . We need to be in this together or we all lose . Come on world 馃寧, we can do this 馃憦馃挭
 
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Thats because the uk has already done 2/3rds of Adults and stopped the third wave. Tweet when they catch up (with their economy....)
 
I was super excited to sign up for the waiting list finally today, but this week the years did *not* go up, and so it's still just stuck at "1980 and before".

This was not the case in the past weeks...
 
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Wtf u all arguing about u sad fuckers it鈥檚 good isn鈥檛 it ffs. Madness
 
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After Linford Christie won the 100m sprint he stood on the podium and held his gold medal aloft, in that moment I was running faster than him.
 
Why haven't The Sun , The Daily Mail , Daily Telegraph , The Observer , The Times got this story on their front page
 
In reply to @DaveKeating
Brilliant news. Why do we have to compare these statistics as if it鈥檚 an Olympic event.
 
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Oh definitely! I鈥檒l look out for it 馃槈
 
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馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ That's a like for like comparison 馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ
 
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Shame all those extra people had to die.
 
 
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And with vaccines with proven good effects.
 
In reply to @DaveKeating
The word "now" does a lot of heavy lifting there, Dave.
 
That downward curve in the US looks a bit worrying, to say the least.
 
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That's great. But still a lot of ahead.
 
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I should hope they are.
 
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This is not widely reported - I wonder why
 
Oha, sollte man auch mal erw盲hnen. (Wobei es in den USA mitlerweile an Impfverweigerern liegt).
 
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