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The French government on Monday faced growing pressure to accelerate its Covid-19 vaccination drive, with President Emmanuel Macron reportedly also furious over the slow pace of progress. Just a few hundred people have received the jab so far in France, compared with over 200,000 in Germany and around one million in Britain.

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