EU to help vaccine manufacturers expand production

The slow start to vaccinations in the EU owes to lack of factories, not lack of planning, says EU Commissioner.


EU is poised to assist pharmaceutical firms in expanding the production of vaccines against Covid-19 to avoid "bottlenecks", according to the EU's Health and Food Safety Commissioner Stella Kyriakides by way of the French news agency AFP.

Kyriakides explains that potential delays in introducing approved vaccines to society owe to a lack of production capacity, and not to the lack of EU planning.

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