COVID-19’s epicentre again: Europe faces fresh reckoning

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By Josephine Mason and Emilio Parodi LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) – Europe has become the epicentre of the pandemic again, prompting some governments to consider re-imposing unpopular lockdowns in the run-up to Christmas and stirring debate over whether vaccines alone are enough to tame COVID-19. Europe accounts for more than half of the average 7-day infections globally and about half of latest deaths, according to a Reuters tally, the highest levels since April last year when the virus first swept into Italy. The fresh tumult comes as successful inoculation campaigns have plateaued ahead of the wi…

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