Hungary Breaks Ranks With EU & Authorizes Use Of AstraZeneca Vaccine
Country Also OKs Russian Sputnik V
Hungary is going its own way when it comes to coronavirus vaccines, but its decision to allow the emergency use of the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine may be only a symbolic expression of the government’s growing impatience with the EU.
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