Coronavirus Update: Brazil Opens Up Vaccine Imports
Plus, Serum To Make Sputnik V
Brazil is permitting imports of additional coronavirus vaccines, while in India, Serum Institute will manufacture Sputnik V, the government is unifying vaccine sourcing, and emergency use approval has been granted to Lilly's anti-COVID-19 antibodies.
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