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ABU DHABI: From a small office in an Abu Dhabi skyscraper, Ukrainian national Natalya Muzaleva and her Hungarian husband Istvan Perger run an art gallery, a real estate agency and an oilfield services company.
They have also pursued another venture: selling COVID-19 vaccines into Europe.
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Muzaleva wrote a proposal to the Czech ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, reviewed by Reuters and dated Feb. 24, offering to procure and sell at least 1 million doses to the Czech Republic of Covishield, the shot from Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca.

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Abu Dhabi art gallery owner has a sideline business: trading COVID-19 vaccines


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ABU DHABI — From a small office in an Abu Dhabi skyscraper, Ukrainian national Natalya Muzaleva and her Hungarian husband Istvan Perger run an art gallery, a real estate agency and an oilfield services company.
They have also pursued another venture: selling COVID-19 vaccines into Europe.
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Muzaleva wrote a proposal to the Czech ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, reviewed by Reuters and dated Feb. 24, offering to procure and sell at least 1 million doses to the Czech Republic of Covishield, the shot from Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca.

Abu Dhabi art gallery owner has a sideline business: Trading COVID-19 vaccines

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Muzaleva wrote a proposal to the Czech ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, reviewed by Reuters and dated Feb. 24, offering to procure and sell at least 1 million doses to the Czech Republic of Covishield, the shot from Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca.
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After the Czech government made the unsolicited offer public, AstraZeneca said that there should be no private sector supply deals for the sale or distribution of the vaccine in Europe.
From a small office in an Abu Dhabi skyscraper, Ukrainian national Natalya Muzaleva and her Hungarian husband Istvan Perger run an art gallery, a real estate agency and an

Exclusive: Abu Dhabi art gallery owner has a sideline business: trading COVID-19 vaccines


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ABU DHABI (Reuters) -From a small office in an Abu Dhabi skyscraper, Ukrainian national Natalya Muzaleva and her Hungarian husband Istvan Perger run an art gallery, a real estate agency and an oilfield services company.
FILE PHOTO: View from the street of the window of N2N Art Gallery, which was founded by Natalya Muzaleva, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Alexander Cornwell
FILE PHOTO: View of external door of the office registered to the companies N2N Art Gallery, Enhanced Recovery Company Middle East and Republik Real Estate, in Addax Tower, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates March 9, 2021. Picture taken March 9, 2021. REUTERS/Alexander Cornwell

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Abu Dhabi — From a small office in an Abu Dhabi skyscraper, Ukrainian national Natalya Muzaleva and her Hungarian husband Istvan Perger run an art gallery, a real estate agency and an oilfield services company.
They have also pursued another venture: selling Covid-19 vaccines into Europe.
Muzaleva wrote a proposal to the Czech ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, reviewed by Reuters and dated February 24, offering to procure and sell at least 1-million doses to the Czech Republic of Covishield, the shot from Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZeneca.

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FILE PHOTO: German Health Minister Jens Spahn attends a session of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, Germany, April 15, 2021. REUTERS/Annegret Hilse
BERLIN (Reuters) - By end of May, one in three Germans should have been offered a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Friday.
Germany should be able to abandon its strict prioritisation list for COVID-19 vaccinations towards the summer, Spahn told a news conference.
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Global: The global Covid death toll is nearing the grim tally of 3 million with a figure of 2,985,407 according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Meanwhile, infections exceed 138 million world wide.
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FILE PHOTO: German Health Minister Jens Spahn arrives at the CDU party headquarters ahead of the party board meeting in Berlin, Germany April 12, 2021. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Health Minister Jens Spahn urged the country’s 16 federal states to impose tougher restrictions quickly to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus and not to wait until a national law on measures is passed.
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Germany is face a surge of Covid-19 cases
German Health Minister Jens Spahn has urged the country's 16 federal states to impose tougher restrictions quickly to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus and not to wait until a national law on measures is passed.
"We know from last autumn what happens when we don't act quickly," Mr Spahn told reporters.
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FILE PHOTO: The Regeneron Pharmaceuticals company logo is seen on a building at the company's Westchester campus in Tarrytown
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany would like to use Regeneron’s COVID-19 monoclonal antibody cocktail as a treatment for this disease more broadly but needs to finalize some details on reimbursement, Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Thursday.
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