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European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services Thierry Breton says that European Union countries will have access to the medicines they need to care for coronavirus sufferers and that pharmaceutical companies were doubling production to address shortages, Reuters writes. Many countries around the world rely on China, the source of the outbreak, for drug ingredients and now find themselves grappling with how to avoid shortages.

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