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Vaccine makers get all the credit (among those who think any credit is due) for ending the pandemic, but generic sponsors want to remind policymakers that their plants stayed open during the worst of COVID-19 to ensure that hospitals were stocked and medicines for chronic conditions didn’t run short.
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