PM mulling Moscow’s offer of vaccines after EU fallout

Moscow has offered to send the Czech Republic 300,000 vaccines in April, after the fallout among EU member states over a fair distribution of vaccines.

According to the ctk news agency the Czech prime minister is once again considering the use of Sputnik V, in the face of a shortage of vaccines in the EU.

President Zeman inquired about the possibility of Sputnik deliveries to the Czech Republic in February of this year, but Health Minister Jan Blatny has remained adamant in his refusal of vaccines that are not registered with the European Medicines Agency.