CRS Report Provides Overview Of U.S., Multilateral Efforts To Develop COVID-19 Vaccines, Other Related Issues

Congressional Research Service: COVID-19 Vaccines: Global Health Issues
In this CRS report, Sara M. Tharakan, analyst in global health and international development at CRS, and colleagues discuss U.S. efforts to develop COVID-19 vaccines, writing, “This report provides an overview of U.S. government and multilateral efforts to develop COVID-19 vaccines. It also describes how other related issues, such as domestic and medical product regulation, as well as humanitarian, foreign assistance, diplomatic, and international trade considerations, might affect the availability of an eventual COVID-19 vaccine” (12/8).

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