Should States Conduct Independent Reviews of COVID-19 Vaccine Data?
Distrust of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has prompted 6 states and the District of Columbia to claim that they plan to review the scientific data for any approved COVID-19 vaccine. However, some infectious disease experts say that a strict regulatory process already exists, and state-by-state vetting could affect public trust in a COVID-19 vaccine.
Due to distrust of the FDA, some states claim that they will review the data for any approved COVID-19 vaccine. However, some experts say that this could affect public trust in a vaccine. Are you for or against states vetting COVID-19 vaccines themselves?
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