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Elon Musk to meet with German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier

By DW
06 September 2020   |   4:18 pm
The billionaire is visiting Germany to explore a potential coronavirus vaccine made by CureVac. The biotechnology firm, which Germany has a direct stake in, is in the advanced stages of developing a vaccine candidate.

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