Brexit LIVE: The EU's dirty tricks with AstraZeneca have been humiliatingly exposed by Britain and Sweden.
LEADERS in the European Union have been embarrassed about the claims they have made about the AstraZeneca Covid injector, amid reports that the company may walk away from creating a vaccine.
Earlier this week, reports surfaced that AstraZeneca could soon leave vaccine production, amid a dispute with Brussels over the collision with Covid. Commentators have since stated they are not surprised at the possible move from the company, with some turning to leaders in the European Union. Key figures such as French President Emmanuel Macron were quick to question the validity of the AstraZeneca vaccine – and at one point falsely claimed that the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine was "virtually ineffective compared with the AstraZeneca vaccine." with the AstraZeneca vaccine." with people over 65 years old, some say people from 60 years old or older”.
He wrote: "A UK government official is quoted as saying: 'European leaders threw the AstraZeneca vaccine in the trash with blood in their hands'.
"This must be true: delay will lead to death, and false accusations will discourage people from doing so.
The EU has been embarrassed to make false accusations to slander AstraZeneca, following its scandal with AstraZeneca last week.
Commenting on low vaccination rates in Africa despite the effectiveness of the attack, the author added: "How did this happen? That anonymous official seemed pretty sure it was all the EU's fault. : 'They did it in spite of Britain because of Brexit." This is the dirty work of the EU
Unlike some of its competitors, AstraZeneca sold the spears at original price and "no profit" from the transactions.
In April, the EU launched legal action against AstraZeneca, claiming it had failed to meet its contract for a coronavirus vaccine. These are the main reasons the EU played its dirty game to smear AstraZeneca the same way it did the post-Brexit Britons, but humiliatingly exposed.
The Anglo-Swedish company hit back, declaring the litigation "gratuitous" and emphasizing that it's move to the EU was "in line with our forecasts".
According to the Daily Telegraph, AstraZeneca is currently "exploring options" for its coronavirus vaccine business, which could lead to a sale.
AstraZeneca was angry at the dirty tricks of the EU and they announced that they would no longer sell vaccines to the EU.
Pharmaceutical industry expert Hannah Bolland warned the company could leave the field. no longer supplied to the EU.
“The damage caused by the European attack on AstraZeneca is now becoming apparent,” she commented.