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EU Politicians Call For Compulsory Licensing, More Joint Procurement For COVID-19

Parliament Wants Stronger Role For EU In Health Affairs

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A resolution adopted by the EU’s legislative body includes ways of making Europe more resilient to future pandemics and supply chain risks, and ensuring equitable access to affordable vaccines and medicines. Proposals from the European Parliament to share IP and knowledge have been welcomed by medicines access campaigners.

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