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European Union buys up to 1.8 million Biontech vaccine doses

Corona vaccinations will also appear inevitable in the future. Now the European Union has bought up to 1.8 million Biontech vaccine doses.

Berlin – Over a third of Germany's population has been vaccinated so far. But the end is far from in sight – the third corona vaccination * will be due from autumn. The vaccine manufacturers are currently producing an active ingredient that can withstand all known mutations. A large vaccine comparison recently showed the different side effects of the previous active ingredients *.

The EU has already bought up to 1.8 billion vaccine doses from Biontech / Pfizer alone. It should now be clear to everyone that corona vaccinations will be part of everyday life for a long time. The necessary boosts of vaccination do not give rise to any hope of an early end.

In addition, children are still completely unvaccinated, so that the corona protective measures of the vaccinations appear inevitable until 2023. It is obvious that two corona vaccinations are necessary. But why do we need several vaccinations at the same time? * 24hamburg.de, nordbuzz.de, Kreiszeitung.de and merkur.de are offers from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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