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First vaccine approvals could come at end of 2020 - German vaccine regulator

Tue, 15th Sep 2020 12:12

BERLIN, Sept 15 (Reuters) - The first approvals for a
vaccine against COVID-19 could be granted at the end of 2020 or
in early 2021, the head of Germany's vaccine regulator said on
Tuesday.

Klaus Cichutek, head of the Paul Ehrlich Institute, said
regulators would not be less thorough than usual when evaluating
applications for approval for COVID-19 vaccines.
(Reporting by Thomas Seythal and Caroline Copley)

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