Stakeholders Gather To Discuss Pandemic Response And Next Steps
As Europe’s health emergency body HERA approaches its first anniversary, an unprecedented range of stakeholders including industry bodies will be meeting in December to discuss HERA’s achievements, while a separate event will showcase the next generation of vaccines for COVID-19 and other infections.
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