EU Tightens Criteria For Allowing COVID-19 Vaccine Exports
Vaccines Industry Reiterates Warning On Impact Of Restrictions
As the coronavirus crisis continues to worsen across Europe, the EU authorities have come up with a new way of determining whether exports of coronavirus vaccines should be allowed.
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