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EU plays down claim that a legal case has been launched against AstraZeneca

Video Credit: Euronews English - Duration: 01:53s - Published
EU plays down claim that a legal case has been launched against AstraZeneca

EU plays down claim that a legal case has been launched against AstraZeneca

Irish health minister Stephen Donnelly said the European Commission would take legal action against the vaccine producer, but Brussels played down the claim.


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‘EU stands with India in challenging time of Covid’: European Commission Chief [Video]

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Ireland's Health Service Executive said on Friday that it has shut down its IT systems as a precaution.

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