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Manufacturing Pace Is Key For COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates Hoping To Jump To ‘Warp Speed’

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Ease of manufacturing scale up may determine which candidates advance furthest in the US government's partnership with industry to speed COVID-19 vaccines to patients. Senior government officials also discussed approval standards, how a vaccine would be distributed, and how much the government and Americans could pay in a 16 June press call.

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