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UK shares Covishield data with EU, PM Johnson ‘very confident’ of approval

The UK’s medicines regulator has shared related information with its counterpart in the European Union (EU) to facilitate the clearance of Covishield, the India-manufactured edition of the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines, Downing Road mentioned on Friday.

British Key Minister Boris Johnson also mentioned that he is ‘very confident’ of the approvals of the Oxford/AstraZeneca jabs by the EU.

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Company (MHRA) experienced permitted the Serum Institute of India (SII) developed vaccines, but the European Medicines Company (EMA) is yet to give its nod for the region’s so-known as vaccine passports for journey.

It has led to problems that Indians vaccinated with Covishield and 1000’s in Britain who been given the India imported jabs may perhaps facial area hurdles when travelling to the EU.

“I am pretty assured that there will not establish to be a challenge,” Key Minister Johnson told reporters at a push meeting with

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