EU agrees to fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, once available

BRUSSELS - European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to fairly distribute among EU countries a vaccine against the coronavirus, once such a vaccine becomes available, the chairman of the leaders said.

"We very much agreed, it was repeated around the video conference table, to guarantee a fair distribution between member states in the case of contracts signed by the Commission and those we hope will be signed in the coming weeks," Charles Michel told a news conference after an EU video-summit.

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