The Covid-19 vaccine from the Franco-Austrian laboratory Valneva has been approved in the United Kingdom, the British regulator, the MHRA, announced on Thursday.

“The Covid-19 vaccine developed by Valneva today received regulatory approval from the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA),” the agency said in a statement saying the regulator Britain is the first in the world to approve this vaccine.


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