Coronavirus Notebook: EMA OKs Roche's Tocilizumab For Severe COVID-19, Bavarian Nordic Reports ‘Positive’ Booster Results
The European Commission is to replace its COVID-19 vaccine export authorization system with a monitoring scheme, and the European Medicines Agency has confirmed the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis with the mRNA vaccines. The WHO and other bodies have called for better vaccine donation practices in Africa.
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