COVID: Govt repeats willingness to make vaccines in Italy

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 25 – The Italian government on Thursday
reiterated its “total willingness” to fund and pursue the goal
of making COVID vaccines in Italy, sources said after talks
aimed at setting up such production at the industry ministry.
    Italy is hoping to boost its vaccine rollout with homegrown
vaccines.
    One vaccine is already due to come out in September of this year
from the ReiThera biotech company near Rome. (ANSA).
   

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