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EU eyes scheme to share surplus COVID-19 vaccines with poorer nations

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EU eyes scheme to share surplus COVID-19 vaccines with poorer nations

EU eyes scheme to share surplus COVID-19 vaccines with poorer nations

The European Commission wants to set up a mechanism that would allow the sharing of surplus COVID-19 vaccines with poorer neighboring states and Africa, the EU health chief said on Tuesday, in a move that may undercut a WHO-led global scheme.


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