Who’s to blame for the EU’s slow coronavirus vaccine rollout?

The EU has been slow off the mark in its vaccination drive, and new infection numbers are still stubbornly high in many countries. Germany currently has an incidence rate of 61 per 100,000. Sweden and the Czech Republic have more than 200. DW Brussels correspondent Max Zander takes a look at the challenges the EU faces going forward, and DW speaks with Manfred Weber, Member of the European Parliament.