Coronavirus EU in charge of buying vaccines
Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez has revealed plans for coronavirus vaccinations to be made available for some later this year.
Spain has been one of the hardest hit nations from COVID-19 in the world in 2020 and the prime minister provided an update on Sunday
“The European Union is going to manage the purchasing of vaccines,” Sanchez told La1.
“We’re closing in on contracts with big pharmaceuticals.
“We hope that, in the month of December, we can start vaccinating a part of the population of our country.”