Britain Mulls Joining EU's Coronavirus Vaccine Scheme Britain Mulls Joining EU's Coronavirus Vaccine Scheme

Britain is discussing with the European Union whether it will join a plan by the bloc to secure supplies of potential vaccines against COVID-19, officials in London and Brussels said on Friday.Reuters Health Information
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