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Just an FYI.   I don't think this fundamentally changes the vaccine landscape.
The more vaccines out in the world, the better the chances of some being better than expected (and, unfortunately, also the opposite). More reduces the chance of some supply-chain issue that happens just as a new variant appears. The variety of vaccines means that there may be one approved somewhere that works better against some new variant.

I think I saw that there were in excess of 100 different COVID vaccines in development or trials.

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