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EU 'not prepared for next pandemic', say MEPs

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EU 'not prepared for next pandemic', say MEPs

EU 'not prepared for next pandemic', say MEPs

MEPs from the European Parliament's committee responsible for public health have said that the EU will not be ready for another pandemic, unless more funds are put towards it.View on euronews


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