EU Parliamentarians To Get Sight Of First COVID-19 Vaccine Contract
Commission Official Denies Any ‘Vaccine Nationalism’
The advance purchase agreement signed by CureVac and the European Commission for the supply of a coronavirus vaccine is being made available for scrutiny, but only by MEPs and in the confines of the European Parliament.
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