BRUSSELS - The EU said Tuesday it would sign a sixth contract for an upcoming coronavirus vaccine, this time for up to 160 million doses of a jab developed by US firm Moderna.
"According to the results of clinical trials, this vaccine could be highly effective against Covid-19," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said.
"Once the vaccine is indeed proven as safe and effective, every member state will receive it at the same time on a pro rata basis," she said, in a brief statement.
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