Austria and Denmark Join Forces With Israel to Produce Second-Gen Coronavirus Vaccines

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By Fran­cois Mur­phy, Jacob Gron­holt-Ped­er­sen3 Min ReadVIENNA/COPENHAGEN (Reuters) — Aus­tria and Den­mark, chaf­ing at the slow roll­out of COVID-19 vac­cines in the Euro­pean Union, have bro­ken ranks with Brus­sels to form an alliance with Israel to pro­duce sec­ond-gen­er­a­tion vac­cines against muta­tions of the coronavirus.FILE PHOTO: A health­care work­er hands over dos­es of the Pfiz­er-BioN­Tech COVID-19 vac­cine to a doc­tor at Messe Wien Con­gress Cen­ter, which has been set up as coro­n­avirus dis­ease vac­ci­na­tion cen­tre, in Vien­na, Aus­tria Feb­ru­ary 7, 2021. REUTERS/Lisi Nies­nerThe move by the two EU mem­ber states comes amid ris­ing anger over delays in order­ing, approv­ing and …


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