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The EU will allocate to partner countries some of its COVID-19 vaccines

The intends to provide partner countries with limited quantities of  vaccines that have been ordered for the community countries.





This was stated by the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.

“We have decided to create a European mechanism that will allow the allocation of a part of the EU pre-ordered vaccines for partner states,” she said.

According to her, vaccines will be transferred to the countries in the near future.

By the way, according to the latest data, more than 96.2 million cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the world. More than 53.1 million people have died of complications caused by coronavirus infection. At the same time, more than 2.06 million people have overcome the disease.

Earlier it was reported that Israel doubted the declared effectiveness of the coronavirus  from Pfizer and BioNTech. There are concerns that the drug may not protect against new strains of the virus.

We will remind, in the World Health Organization reported that the mutation of the coronavirus has already been recorded in 25 European countries. This virus strain is spreading much faster.


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