Seller’s market? The argument over EU pushback against AstraZeneca Covid vaccine

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    “If people want to go to on holiday, they better take the vaccine that’s available to them,” quips virologist Sterghios Moschos, Associate Professor at Northumbria University in Newcastle. He dismisses blowback in Europe against the #AstraZeneca #vaccine.

    Global health researcher Els Torreele calls for more transparency in how the EU deals with #bigpharma: “we have a system where we leave all the control in the hands of the pharmaceutical companies.”

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