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European Commission says 'no decision taken' on AstraZeneca legal action after Irish minister said case 'initiated'
The European Commission has said it hasn't launched legal action against AstraZeneca after the drugmaker fell short of Covid-19 vaccine delivery targets, despite Ireland's health minister saying a case had been started.
"No decision to launch legal actions has been taken at this point in time," a spokesman for the Commission said on Thursday, as cited by Reuters.
Earlier Thursday, Ireland's Health Minister Stephen Donnelly told the country's parliament that a legal case was launched by the European Commission against AstraZeneca.
"With regard to AstraZeneca, a legal case has been initiated by the Commission and earlier this week I have joined Ireland as one of the parties to that legal case, specifically around AstraZeneca's complete failure to meet its delivery and contractual agreements for April, May and June," Donnelly said.