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Speaking to reporters following a videoconference meeting with the bloc’s European Affairs Ministers on Monday, the Commission’s Vice-President Maros Sefcovic cited that some people might not be able to get the jab due to health reasonsThe vaccine safe and 100% effective in blocking infections. They said side effects were consistent with those from testing of volunteers ages 16 through 25: pain and swelling a, while other might simply oppose to inoculation and added that the EU Executive is taking all precautions to prevent a discriminatory treatment of these peopleNathan Denette.political squabbles and mutual recriminations between China?
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