Coronavirus Update: India Waives Local Trials For Vaccines
Plus, WHO Approval For Sinovac
India has waived the need for local clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccines already approved in certain other countries, while the WHO has added a Chinese vaccine to its emergency use list. Meanwhile, South Korea issues new guidance for local vaccine trials and Japan gives more money to COVAX.
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