Comissão Especial sobre a Pandemia de COVID-19: Ensinamentos Retirados e Recomendações para o Futuro

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19-09-2022 - 14:17
The next COVI Committee meetings will take place on Monday, 10 October 2022 from 15:00 to 18:30 in Brussels, Altiero Spinelli building, room 3G-2.

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Parliament is working on a digital green certificate to allow citizens to free move inside the Union with a valid prove of vaccination against the Covid-19 ©PIERO CRUCIATTI/POOL/AFP
28-09-2022 - 15:26

Special Committee on the COVID-19 pandemic organised a mission to European Medicines Agency (EMA) and BioNTech on 21-22 September 2022.

COVI MEETING
13-09-2022 - 13:34

On the 7 September COVI Committee organised a debate with representatives of civil society organisations - European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) and European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) - followed by an exchange with the European Ombudsman. The meeting aimed to collect experiences and lessons learned to assess the European response to pandemic and be better prepared for future health crises.

Covid-19 vaccine.
06-09-2022 - 13:22

Special Committee on the COVID-19 pandemic welcomed the representatives of four pharmaceutical companies on 5 September. The representatives of Gilead Sciences, Sanofi, AstraZeneca, and Moderna shared their views on past and present manufacturing, distribution and equitable access of the COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics. The debate will focus on the activities undertaken to develop vaccines for new variants, the authorisation process, and transparency of contracts.

"COVID-19" written amidst red COVID-19 mock-ups
02-09-2022 - 08:01

On 30 August 2022, the COVI Committee held an exchange of views with Sandra Gallina, Director-General for Health and Food Safety, and EU Health Ministers. The aim of the exchange of views with Director-General Gallina was discuss issues related to the main challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, how Advanced Purchase Agreements were drawn up, the lessons learned and how the EU and Member States will handle them in the future.