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EU Says First COVID-19 Vaccinations Available By Year-End

Parliament To Hold Public Hearing On Access Issues

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A senior European Commission official has said that the first COVID-19 vaccinations are expected before the end of 2020, and confirmed that pharmaceutical companies developing vaccines will be liable for their products under existing laws.

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