Denmark, Israel and Austria to look into the possibility of a joint vaccine production

Denmark wishes to establish a Covid-19 research fund with Israel and Austria and explore the possibility of a joint vaccine production with the two countries, according to the parties at a press conference.

PMs Mette Frederiksen and Benjamin Netanyahu and Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. | Photo: AVIGAIL UZI/AFP / POOL

Denmark, Israel and Austria wish to establish a joint vaccine production. Together, the three countries plan to start a joint research fund, stated the Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and the Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz at a press conference on Thursday.

"We think that by joining our resources, the resources of three small, but very able and gifted countries, we can better meet these challenges," said Netanyahu.

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