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The findings, derived from two research papers published in the BMJPeel Region says it will pos, medical journal reveal billions of people will miss out on a coronavirus vaccine next year as wealthy countries compete to secure their own suppliesorigImageSize.
It comes as Chinese firm Fosun Pharma said it will buy at least 100 million doses of the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine for use in mainland China next year if it’s approvedwith an eye to further reopenin.