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EMA: Multiple COVID-19 Booster Programs ‘Not Sustainable’ In Long Term

Agency Sees No Evidence Of Vaccine Risk In Pregnancy

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Global regulators have been discussing how best to approach vaccination in the face of possible future coronavirus variants, and whether bivalent or multivalent vaccines could be the answer.

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