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BRIEF-Operation Warp Speed's Janet Woodcock Says Utilization Rate For Antibody Therapies For COVID-19 Remains In 20-25% Range - Media Call

Reuters | Updated: 14-01-2021 23:15 IST | Created: 14-01-2021 23:15 IST
BRIEF-Operation Warp Speed's Janet Woodcock Says Utilization Rate For Antibody Therapies For COVID-19 Remains In 20-25% Range - Media Call

Jan 14 (Reuters) -

* OPERATION WARP SPEED'S JANET WOODCOCK SAYS UTILIZATION RATE FOR ANTIBODY THERAPIES FOR COVID-19 REMAINS IN 20-25% RANGE - MEDIA CALL

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