Germany expects EU deal for BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine 'in the coming days'



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BERLIN (Reuters) – German Health Minister Jens Spahn expects a final purchase agreement with BioNTech (O:) and its partner Pfizer (N:) to be signed “in the coming days” for its potential vaccine against COVID-19.

“We will now bring this to a speedy conclusion,” Spahn told a news conference in Berlin.

Spahn said he expects Germany will get up to 100 million doses of the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine.

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