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Britain's Covid vaccine supply is in jeopardy after the EU threatened to block exports of the Belgian-made Pfizer jabs amid a row with UK-based AstraZeneca. Brussels decided to impose tighter controls on exports after reacting with fury to the news that AstraZeneca will deliver 50 million fewer doses to the EU than it had expected. Ministers now fear deliveries of the Pfizer jabs will – at best – be delayed by extra paperwork and that the EU could try to stop doses being sent to non-EU countries after saying it will "take any action required to protect its citizens". In March, the bloc imposed export restrictions on personal protective equipment after it struggled with supply to its member states. On Monday night, MPs accused the EU of acting out of "spite" and trying to deflect blame for its own mistakes in getting vaccination programmes off the ground.
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Holidays abroad could be off until 2022 if the Government brings in quarantine hotels for all passengers to prevent new Covid variants reaching the UK, industry chiefs and MPs have warned. The Cabinet coronavirus operations committee will meet on Tuesday to finalise Australia and New Zealand-style hotel quarantine that will cost travellers up to £1,500 for 10 days self-isolating, with meals served in their rooms and supervised by private security guards. Grant Shapps, the Transport Secretary, is resisting proposals by Cabinet "hawks", thought to include Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, and Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, for all arrivals to be subject to hotel quarantine. Mr Shapps wants to limit the measure to passengers from only "high risk" countries in which variants of Covid have emerged.
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Boris Johnson to give press conference at 5pm - watch live Boris Johnson fights to reopen schools before Easter EU threatens to block exports of Pfizer Covid vaccine Coronavirus latest news: Quarantine hotels set to be high-risk countries only William Hague: Constitutional tinkering won't stop SNP juggernaut Subscribe to The Telegraph for a month-long free trial The row between the European Union and AstraZeneca - in which Brussels has threatened to block vaccines made in the bloc from being exported - will not disrupt supplies to the UK, Downing Street has said. Brussels last night imposed tighter controls on exports after becoming embroiled in a row with AstraZeneca, with the drugs company expected to deliver 50 million fewer doses to the EU than expected. The Prime Minister's official spokesman said: "AstraZeneca are committed to delivering two million doses a week to the UK and we are not expecting any changes to that. "[Pfizer] supplies will be lower this month and next as it upgrades its factory but it will then increase production in March. Projection of volumes of delivery remain the same for that period." Asked what the UK would do if there was a block placed on the Pfizer vaccine arriving from Belgium, the spokesman said: "I'm not going to get into hypotheticals. We continue to work closely with our suppliers and I've pointed to the fact that we're confident of our supplies." This morning German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged a "fair" distribution of coronavirus vaccines across the world. "Money is one thing, but the other thing in a time of scarcity is the availability of the vaccine. Here it's about a fair distribution, and not about a question of money," she told an online forum. "Let's not kid ourselves, the question of who gets which vaccine in the world will of course leave new wounds and new memories because those who get such emergency help will remember that." It comes as AstraZeneca vaccines meant for and paid for by the EU could have ended up in Britain, diplomatic sources in Brussels claimed today. Follow the latest updates below.
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Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of failing to provide a seven-day Covid vaccination programme after a record low number of Scots were treated on Sunday despite around 400,000 doses lying unused. The First Minister disclosed that a further 11,364 people were given their first dose on Sunday, less than half the total the previous day and the smallest daily figure reported since the roll-out started. Ms Sturgeon blamed a "data lag" for the small Scottish total and disclosed the proportion of over-80s vaccinated in Scotland had increased from 34 per cent to 46 per cent since Friday. But Matt Hancock, the UK Health Secretary, said the figure across the UK was 78.7 per cent, with around 2.5 million Britons getting the jab last week at a rate of more than 250 per minute. Speaking ahead of a visit north of the Border this week by Boris Johnson, Mr Hancock said Scotland had received more vaccine per person than anywhere else in the world apart from Israel and the United Arab Emirates. With Ms Sturgeon threatening a wildcat independence referendum if she wins a majority in May's Holyrood election, he said the roll-out showed "what the UK can do when we pull together" in difficult times. Although the number of people vaccinated on Sunday in England also fell sharply, the roll-out south of the Border was still nearly twice as fast. It is understood the UK Government has now passed more than 800,000 doses to the SNP administration in Scotland, but only 415,402 had been administered as of yesterday morning.