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UK And EU Action As EMA Starts Rolling Review Of Valneva Vaccine
New developments on the COVID-19 front also include the European Medicines Agency starting a rolling review of Valneva’s investigational COVID-19 vaccine, and the UK government signing contracts with Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna to buy more doses of their vaccines.
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