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EU regulators begin first rolling review of Chinese-made Covid-19 vaccine

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The Hague, May 4 (EFE/EPA).- (Camera: EFE/EPA)The European Medicines Agency on Tuesday began a rolling review of the first vaccine submitted for EU market authorization by a Chinese company. EFE/EPA ARCHIVE FOOTAGE.

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