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Thailand’s FDA says vaccines don’t have to have WHO approval


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Thailand’s Food and Drug Administration says vaccines don’t need to be approved by the World Health Organisation before countries can register them. Paisarn Dunkum from the FDA says the vaccines that have been given WHO approval are for distribution through the Covax scheme. He adds that approval by the WHO can also be taken into consideration when vaccines apply for registration in countries without a comprehensive vaccine regulatory process. According to the Bangkok Post, Paisarn says that if a vaccine is not on the WHO’s Emergency Use Listing, it does not mean that vaccine is inadequate in some way, pointing […]

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