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EU agrees potential 1.8 billion-dose purchase of Pfizer vaccine

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EU agrees potential 1.8 billion-dose purchase of Pfizer vaccine

EU agrees potential 1.8 billion-dose purchase of Pfizer vaccine

European Union leaders have cranked up their criticism of the US call to waive Covid-19 vaccine patents, arguing on Saturday that the move would bring no short or mid-term relief.Instead, they urged Washington to lift export restrictions if it wants to have a global impact on the pandemic.


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