Coronavirus Notebook: EU Launches Vaccine Monitoring Scheme, AZ Vows To Defend Itself Against Legal Action
The EMA has issued updated safety advice on AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria, Valneva has decided to pursue vaccine supply deals with individual member states after a falling out with the European Commission, and Kazakhstan has begun administering the first doses of its domestically produced vaccine, QazVac.
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