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Despite Indian companies not being able to honor COVID-19 vaccine export commitments, Biological E’s MD believes mitigating circumstances mean relations with the agency won’t be damaged. Meanwhile, Corbevax is being used in India's immunization program and a tech transfer for Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine is going ahead.

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