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12th Aug 2020

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No corona-vaccine before 2021, EU agency says

A coronavirus vaccine could be approved at the earliest next year, not in September, as some European politicians had hoped, the head of the EU's medical certification body, the European Medicines Agency in Amsterdam, said Thursday. "For vaccines, since the development has to start from scratch ... we might look from an optimistic side in a year from now, so beginning of 2021," Marco Cavaleri said, Reuters reports.

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