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Possibility Of COVID Vaccine Production Glitches Drives Early US Dose Distribution Plan

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Initial allocation plans for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine may change after a month or so if manufacturing scaleup proceeds ‘perfectly,’ Operation Warp Speed’s Slaoui suggests.

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