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German Health Minister says Chinese, Russian vaccines could possibly be used within the EU if EMA approves them

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Germany may use the vaccines developed by China and Russia if Europe’s medicines watchdog approves them, the nation’s Health Minister Jens Spahn mentioned on Sunday. 

“If a vaccine is safe and effective, no matter in which country it was produced, then it can of course help in beating the pandemic,”Spahn instructed the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) newspaper on Sunday, stressing, nonetheless that the pictures should be firstly authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

Spahn’s feedback got here a day after he admitted that the nation is dealing with a shortfall of vaccines that would final till April. 

“Because with the shortage of the vaccine, we are going through at least ten tough weeks,” the German Health Minister wrote in a Twitter put up on Saturday. 

Similarly, the premier of Germany’s southern state of Bavaria and head of Germany’s Christian Social Union (CSU) Markus Soeder, urged the identical day European authorities to contemplate using the vaccines produced by the 2 nations, in a bid to deal with the present vaccine provide scarcity. 

“The European supervision authorities should also test the Russian and Chinese vaccines as soon as possible,” Soder instructed German newspaper Die Welt in an interview. 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is ready to carry on Monday a videoconference assembly with the 16 state premiers, European Commission officers and pharmaceutical executives to debate methods to speed-up the nation’s vaccination programme. 


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