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Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands will be in a position to fully inoculate more than 55% of their populations by June end, the report added, citing projections in the memo by the EU executive, the European Commission.
The numbers confirm public estimates of vaccines the 27-nation bloc expects to receive in the second quarter.
The Commission has repeatedly said the EU, with a population of nearly 450 million, is to receive about 360 million doses by the end of June in addition to about 100 million already shipped.
That would be sufficient to meet its target of vaccinating at least 70% of the bloc’s adult population by the summer.
The bloc expects to receive in the April-June period 55 million doses of the single-dose vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson, and another 300 million of two-dose shots from BioNTech-Pfizer , AstraZeneca and Moderna.
It is however unclear whether all expected doses will be delivered in line with timetables. The EU received about half of the expected doses in