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Govt fast-tracks nod for Covid vaccination cleared in other countries

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 13 April 2021
With surging Covid-19 cases fuelling calls for faster vaccination, the Centre on Tuesday enabled faster access to foreign-made vaccines by doing away with bridging trial studies prior to grant of emergency authorisation for shots approved by recognised regulators like the US FDA or UK's MHRA.
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