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Spain to vaccinate 'substantial part' of population against Covid-19 by mid-2021: PM

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Spain will have vaccinated "a very substantial part" of its population of 47 million people against Covid-19 by mid-2021, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announces. He says the government had put together "a comprehensive vaccination plan" that will be presented at Tuesday's cabinet meeting, making Spain the first within the European Union, alongside Germany, to fully map out such an immunisation scheme.

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