Covid-19: New vaccines for variants to be fast-trackedon March 4, 2021 at 6:08 am

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Rapid approval without lengthy tests can happen if new vaccines are needed to fight variants, say regulators.

MHRA Chief Scientific Officer Dr Christian Schneider said: “Our priority is to get effective vaccines to the public in as short a time as possible, without compromising on safety. Should any modifications to authorised Covid-19 vaccines be necessary, this regulatory approach should help to do just that.”

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