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Organizations demand in Brussels the lifting of patents for Covid-19 vaccine


Brussels, Apr 7 (EFE) .- (Camera: Leopoldo Rodríguez) Several organizations gathered Wednesday in front of the headquarters of the European institutions in Brussels to demand, on the ocassion of the World Health Day, the lifting of patents of vaccines against Covid-19 by pharmaceutical companies that, according to protesters, generates an unequal distribution in access among countries.FOOTAGE OF THE CONCENTRATION IN BRUSSELS (BELGIUM) TO DEMAND THE LIFTING OF THE PATENTS OF THE VACCINES AGAINST COVID-19 BY THE PHARMACEUTICALS. SOUNDBITES OF RICARDO PETRELLA.

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