Tucked away in that table is a row for some country called ‘European Union’, with 7.83 doses administered per 100 pax.
A - an average of all MS;
B - doses administered to EU/EC staff only;
C - has the EC declared UDI and nobody noticed?
The EU can nick all the vaccines it wants, at present in France it seems to be a combination of shortage of vaccines, but much more conspicuously absent is a shortage of motivation.
I took my neighbour down to a nearby cottage hospital last week, he got his first Pfizer jab and was full of admiration for the organisation involved.
At this centre 5 nurses are doing 20 jabs an hour every hour.
Spoke to a mate in Kent last week who went down to his doctors on Saturday, got his first jab and his doctors surgery did 1,000 that day.
No idea of staffing levels there but it is still impressive.
A sense of urgency needs to be found for continental Europe I think, old habits die hard even in this actually life-threatening scenario.
France is currently at 25 out of the 27 MS in jabs given.
An interesting read from a month ago, especially about the logistics barrier.