US Senate Measure Highlights ‘Warm-Base’ Manufacturing Capacity For Next Pandemic Response
Committee's bipartisan discussion draft for legislation outlines lessons learned from COVID-19 pandemic response, including need for greater manufacturing facility readiness. Meanwhile, congressional oversight agency calls for “transformation” of response efforts.
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