EU Health Ministers Want Changes to COVID-19 Vaccine Contracts Amid Oversupply Concerns
EU member states are calling for a formal approach to making vaccine procurement agreements more flexible, saying that any further delay will “undermine the trust of society in vaccination and vaccines.”
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