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"As we begin 2021, my deepest immediate hope is that we are able to scale our vaccine production farther, and safely approve additional vaccines so that each and every one of you can make a reasoned, informed choice to be immunized and make us all safe against this disease."

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The EUA program, established in 2004, gives the U.S. Food and Drug Administration the power to grant temporary, accelerated approval to a medical drug or device needed in a public health emergency. The EUA review process is less rigorous than a regular approval.

A strident movement of those opposed to immunizations has almost professionalized the spreading of deeply incorrect information, outdated speculations, and rather egregious misrepresentations of risk. It comes down to this: Vaccines work; vaccines are safe; vaccines save lives. 

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