European Medicines Agency targeted by cyber attack (From Sky News)
It is not clear whether the attack was successful, nor whether it will have an impact on the agency approving COVID-19 vaccines.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA), which is the EU's lead authority for evaluating products such as COVID-19 vaccines, says it has been targeted by a cyber attack.
The agency is responsible for authorising the use of COVID-19 vaccines across the EU, and has access to quality, safety and effectivity data generated by the pharmaceutical researchers' trials.
It is not clear whether the cyber attack was successful, nor whether it will have an impact on the agency approving coronavirus treatments.
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