Danish PM is willing to finance vaccine production

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen is ready to let the Danish state invest in risk capital to ensure the development and production of Danish Covid-19 vaccines, according to Danish newspaper Berlingske.

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Danish state-funded Covid-19 vaccines will be a central element in a long-term strategy aiming to avoid more lockdowns – even if infection rates start increasing again, states Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen in an interview with Danish newspaper Berlingske.

To ensure that Denmark has the capacity to produce and stock up on vaccines, the Danish state must be ready to invest in risk capital, according to the PM.

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