Germany’s health minister said on Tuesday he hopes that a COVID-19 vaccine will get European Union approval before Christmas and that first inoculations can start before the end of the year.
Jens Spahn also confirmed the goal of a joint European Union approval.
“We want a regular approval, not an emergency approval,” he said at a press conference.
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