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EU likely to decline new vaccine deals with Astrazeneca and J&J

The EU is negotiating with Pfizer/Biontech and Moderna for new vaccine contracts, states French economy minister, but it's unlikely the union it will reach out to Astrazeneca or Johnson & Johnson.

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It improbable that the EU will renew its vaccine contract with British-Swedish Astrazeneca, and no negotiations have been entered into with US giant Johnson & Johnson either, says Secretary of State for Economy and Finance Agnes Pannier-Runacher, according to news agency AFP.

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