VILNIUS – The Lithuanian government will make decisions on COVID-19 vaccine purchases, but there are many risks in planning them, Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga said on Monday.
President Gitanas Nauseda's office has refused to convene a meeting of the State Defense Council on vaccine procurement matters.
"The government will definitely make decisions on the purchase of vaccines, all the more so because it involves certain financial obligations. Anyway, the State Defense Council decisions would have been recommendatory in nature,&q...
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