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Commission proposes to purchase up to 300 million additional doses of BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine

The European Commission today proposed to the EU Member States to purchase an additional 200 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine produced by BioNTech and…

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Project to investigate coronavirus prevalence in school wastewater

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U.N. says pandemic will slow already miniscule progress in women’s rights

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Ireland is first EU country to re-enter lockdown

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Coronavirus: further assistance delivered to Western Balkans from rescEU and the EU Civil Protection Mechanism

The EU is sending further protective FFP2 masks and gowns to Montenegro and North Macedonia from rescEU – the common European reserve of medical equipment…

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Corporate Leaders Group signals growing SME focus as Low Carbon Ltd joins stable

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Poorer countries to get 120 million $5 coronavirus tests, WHO says

Some 120 million rapid diagnostic tests for coronavirus will be made available to low- and middle-income countries at a maximum of $5 each, the World…

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Coronavirus: Disposable masks ‘causing enormous plastic waste’

The government has been urged to do more to get people to switch from disposable masks to reusable coverings. The Liberal Democrats said single-use surgical…

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Brussels mulls regulatory action against fake news

Online platforms need to show more accountability, responsibility and transparency, the EU Commission said Thursday, as it presented its assessment of the effectiveness of the…

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In Indonesia, coronavirus floods Cisadane River with extra hazard: medical waste

For the residents along Indonesia’s Cisadane River, the coronavirus has brought not just deadly disease, but also a deluge of medical waste: a constant stream…

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