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Poland will not accept or pay for additional doses of COVID-19 vaccine under a supply contract with the European Union, Poland's health minister said, setting the stage for a legal battle with manufacturers, Reuters reported.

Poland, along with other EU members, received COVID-19 vaccines during the coronavirus pandemic under supply contracts between the European Commission and vaccine manufacturers such as BioNTech SE and Pfizer or Moderna.

The largest supplier in Poland is Pfizer. However, the country has seen lower vaccination rates than most countries in the European Union and has surplus stocks of vaccines, some of which it has sold or donated to other countries.

 

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