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EMA says leaked COVID documents ‘manipulated’ to undermine trust in vaccines


The European Union’s Medicines Agency (EMA) has said that COVID-19 vaccine information stolen in a cyberattack last December and leaked online last week were “manipulated” before their release on the internet to undermine trust in vaccines.

“Some of the correspondence has been manipulated by the perpetrators prior to publication in a way which could undermine trust in vaccines,” the Amsterdam-based agency said in a statement on Friday. 

An investigation of the cyberattack foundation that t…

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