EMA Publishes List Of ‘Critical’ COVID-19 Products
A steering group set up by the EU regulator has produced a list of five vaccines and nine therapeutics that it deems essential for use in preventing and treating COVID-19. It will also draw up a list of critical medicines for use in emergency and intensive care during health crises.
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