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Australia expects AstraZeneca vaccine to be rolled out in March despite EU export threat – The Guardian

Health minister says Australian contract with AstraZeneca and CSL will allow for onshore manufacture of 50 million doses

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HealthHealth minister says Australian contract with AstraZeneca and CSL will allow for onshore manufacture of 50 million doses
The Australian government expects doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to be rolled out in March and that there will be no shortfalls, despite threats by the European Union to block exports of the vaccine due to a lack of supply.
A spokesman for the health minister, Greg Hunt, said there was immense competition for Covid-19 vaccines around the world.
We foresaw that early on,…

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