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COVID-19 Vaccine Should Demonstrate At Least 50% Effectiveness, US FDA Says

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Guidance on COVID-19 vaccine development and licensure appears to set a precedent in specifying the clinical efficacy rate for a product approval; agency also takes accelerated approval off the table for now and says emergency use authorization may be granted only after safety and efficacy have been demonstrated.

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