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US News Vaccines: AstraZeneca refutes any delay in delivery in Europe

11:00  25 february  2021
11:00  25 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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SANTE-CORONAVIRUS-ASTRAZENECA: Vaccines: AstraZeneca refutes any delay in delivery in Europe

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Relying on a European source involved in the negotiations between the Union and AstraZeneca, Reuters reported Tuesday that the group expected to provide the community block with less than half of the deliveries expected in the second quarter. (Maria Pia Quaglia; French version Nicolas Delame, edited by Blandine Hénault)

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© ABBAS MOMANI AFP Arrival in Ramallah of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine. While Israel has already vaccinated nearly 50% of its population, in the Palestinian Territories vaccine doses are trickling in and vaccination normally only concerns front-line medical personnel. A document from the Palestinian Authority shows, however, that other people not necessarily a priority have also been vaccinated.

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