EU orders 110,000 monkeypox vaccine doses for member states

The European Union has spent funding for a shared purchase of vaccines for monkeypox for the first time, but has not named the drugmaker.

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On Tuesday, the EU will sign a contract with an unnamed vaccine maker concerning 110,000 monkeypox vaccine doses, European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides says in a video posted on her Twitter profile.

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