AstraZeneca batches set for Belgium checked

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 24 – NAS health police inspected
AstraZeneca vaccine batches bound for Belgium at a production
plant at Anagni south of Rome at the weekend after the European
Commission asked Premier Mario Draghi to do so, sources said
Wednesday.
    Draghi informed Health Minister Roberto Speranz who instructed
the Carabinieri hygiene unit to carry out the inspection.
    All outgoing batches are inspected by the NAS, the sources said.
    (ANSA).
   

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