The European Commission has entered into an agreement with AstraZeneca under which it will purchase 300 million coronavirus vaccines from the company for EU countries and EU partners in other parts of the world. Poland also acceded to the agreement. Some vaccines should be donated to low- and middle-income countries.
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The European Commission announced on Friday (August 14) that it had entered into an agreement with the pharmaceutical company Astra Zeneca to purchase 300 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. This is another pharmaceutical problem that the European Commission has conducted such talks. The positive results of the talks with Sanofi-GFK were announced by the European Commission on 31
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The coronavirus vaccine will go to EU countries and to partners and poorest countries
As we learn from the European Commission, the agreement reached by the Commission with the drug problem AstraZeneca has its source in the European strategy presented on 17 June, which aims to accelerate the development, production and implementation of effective and safe vaccines against COVID-19. In return for guaranteeing the possibility of purchasing a certain number of vaccines, the European Commission undertakes in framework agreements to cover part of the costs incurred by vaccine manufacturers at the initial stage. This agreement enables the financing of costly investments, which companies would otherwise – due to the high risk involved – never be able to undertake.
However, the European Commission’s plans concern not only EU countries but the whole world. “The European Commission also aims to ensure that everyone who needs the vaccine gets it somewhere in the world, but only in the EU. No one is safe until we are all safe. To this end, from 4 May 2020. The Commission raised almost € 16 billion. “Part of the global response to the coronavirus pandemic – a global campaign for universal access to coronavirus testing, treatment and vaccines and global economic recovery,” the EC said in a press release. Some of the purchased doses of vaccine will be donated to the EU partner countries and countries with lower and middle incomes worldwide.
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