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Biden inherits a vaccine supply unlikely to grow before April

President Joe Biden’s goal of 1 million shots a day for the next 100 days, they say, is too low and will arguably leave tens of millions of doses unused

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Johnson & Johnson expects vaccine results soon but lags in production

Unlike those products, which require two doses, Johnson & Johnson’s could need just one, greatly simplifying logistics for local health departments

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Trump administration passed on chance to secure more of Pfizer vaccine

President Donald Trump has hailed the development of the vaccine as a victory for his administration, even though Pfizer, unlike the developer of the other most promising vaccine, Moderna, took no…

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Cyberattacks discovered on vaccine distribution operations

The findings are alarming enough that the Department of Homeland Security plans to issue its own warning on Thursday to Operation Warp Speed.

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