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Airline industry warns of challenges for transporting Covid-19 vaccine

By France24
13 September 2020   |   9:10 am
The International Airline Transport Association has warned that preparations need to start for shipping a Covid-19 vaccine globally, once one is approved. The group, which represents 290 airlines worldwide, says that thousands of planes will be needed for the operation, which it describes as the "largest transport challenge ever" for the air cargo industry. Also today, as French supermarket chain Auchan announces more than 1,400 job cuts, we look at whether the pandemic helped bring about the end of the hypermarket.

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