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(Reuters) - The European Commission will make proposals for a gradual and coordinated lifting of coronavirus restrictions in the 27-nation European Union to avoid another wave of the pandemic, the head of the bloc's executive said on Thursday. We will continue coordinating our efforts to keep citizens informed on vaccination, said Ursula von der Leyen, adding the Commission was broadening vaccine discussions with Moderna and Novavax . (Reporting by Jan Strupczewski, Writing by Gabriela Baczynska; editing by Diane Craft)(Reuters) - The European Commission will make proposals for a gradual and coordinated lifting of coronavirus restrictions in the 27-nation European Union to avoid another wave of the pandemic, the head of the bloc's executive said on Thursday. "We will continue coordinating our efforts to keep citizens informed on vaccination," said Ursula von der Leyen, adding the Commission was broadening vaccine discussions with Moderna <MRNA.O> and Novavax <NVAX.O>. (Reporting by Jan Strupczewski, Writing by Gabriela Baczynska; editing by Diane Craft)

The European Union may approve two coronavirus vaccines - those developed by Pfizer and Moderna - in the second half of December, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said on Thursday. Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the favorable development around the vaccines offer "perspective" that are "welcomed everywhere". He praised the "added value of joint purchasing of vaccines," NU.nl reports. The European Union may approve two coronavirus vaccines - those developed by Pfizer and Moderna - in the second half of December, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said on Thursday. Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the favorable development around the vaccines offer "perspective" that are "welcomed everywhere". He praised the "added value of joint purchasing of vaccines," NU.nl reports. 

EU could approve two Covid vaccines in second half of December | NL Times

The agency could give the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines conditional marketing authorisation as early as the second half of December.The agency could give the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines conditional marketing authorisation as early as the second half of December.

EU says could approve two coronavirus vaccines this year - News | Khaleej Times

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has given hope that two vaccine candidates could be authorised for use in the EU before 2021.European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has given hope that two vaccine candidates could be authorised for use in the EU before 2021.

Coronavirus: EU could green light two COVID-19 vaccines in December | Euronews

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But Commission president emphasizes regulatory approval is only the ‘very first step.’But Commission president emphasizes regulatory approval is only the ‘very first step.’

EU could have 2 coronavirus vaccines in December, says von der Leyen – POLITICO

German parliament president Wolfgang Schäuble outlined a vision on migration that included possibly sending people to "facilities outside Europe" while at the same time acknowledging that the EU is reliant on "dubious powers and regimes".German parliament president Wolfgang Schäuble outlined a vision on migration that included possibly sending people to "facilities outside Europe" while at the same time acknowledging that the EU is reliant on "dubious powers and regimes".

EU migration system relies on despots, Schäuble says

The virtual meeting yesterday of the members of the European Council focused on the coordination of the fight against the pandemic. On the issue of the rule ofThe virtual meeting yesterday of the members of the European Council focused on the coordination of the fight against the pandemic. On the issue of the rule of law conditionality no agreement was reac

European Council: No agreement on the rule of law, progress on COVID-19

The European Commission president has said the European Medicines Agency could begin authorising the marketing of two leading coronavirus vaccines before the end of the year.The European Commission president has said the European Medicines Agency could begin authorising the marketing of two leading coronavirus vaccines before the end of the year.

EU says two vaccines could be authorised in December

Poland and Hungary oppose linking of financial package with rule of law - Anadolu AgencyPoland and Hungary oppose linking of financial package with rule of law - Anadolu Agency

EU leaders discuss budget, COVID-19

The European commission has sealed deals with several pharmaceutical companies including BioNTech and Pfizer to buy millions of doses of vaccines on behalf of all EU Member StatesThe European commission has sealed deals with several pharmaceutical companies including BioNTech and Pfizer to buy millions of doses of vaccines on behalf of all EU Member States

Moderna, Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines likely to be authorised soon in EU

The European Commission will make proposals for a gradual and coordinated lifting of coronavirus restrictions in the 27-nation European Union to ...The European Commission will make proposals for a gradual and coordinated lifting of coronavirus restrictions in the 27-nation European Union to ...

EU must ease COVID-19 curbs slowly to avoid new wave, chief executive says - CNA

The European Union could approve two coronavirus vaccines being tested by Pfizer-BioNTech and by Moderna before the end of next month, EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said Thursday. The European Union could approve two coronavirus vaccines being tested by Pfizer-BioNTech and by Moderna before the end of next month, EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said Thursday. 

EU could approve two Covid-19 vaccines this year, Von der Leyen says

The speedy regulatory assessment comes as many European countries battle fierce new wavesThe speedy regulatory assessment comes as many European countries battle fierce new waves

Covid vaccine: EU could approve BioNTech, Moderna vaccines in December

EU could approve two Covid-19 vaccines in December, says von der LeyenEU could approve two Covid-19 vaccines in December, says von der Leyen

EU could approve two Covid-19 vaccines in December, says von der Leyen

The European Union could approve two coronavirus vaccines being tested by Pfizer-BioNTech and by Moderna before the end of next month, EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said Thursday, November 19, 2020.The European Union could approve two coronavirus vaccines being tested by Pfizer-BioNTech and by Moderna before the end of next month, EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said Thursday, November 19, 2020.

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