Washington, D.C. – “The framework in the United States to support a COVID-19 Coronavirus vaccine is now in place. Testing is underway and manufacturing capacity is rapidly expanding. But let’s be clear: The development effort must adhere to standards that will ensure any COVID-19 Coronavirus vaccine’s safety and effectiveness,” FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn writes in The Washington Post.
“Large-scale clinical trials already have begun for several promising vaccine candidates.”
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