Danish government will allow gradual vaccine production in Denmark

The production of coronavirus vaccines on Danish soil may happen gradually so that a future private partner will have more time to get established in Denmark, according to the background material for an upcoming market consultation.

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Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen's wish to establish the production of covid-19 vaccines on Danish soil in collaboration with a private actor may be realized gradually.

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