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The COVID-19 pandemic that has impacted the world over the past half year has raised a myriad of legal questions in all aspects of our daily lives. The eventual development of a suitable vaccine, which will likely be the subject of patent protection in the U.S. and abroad, has run into a theoretical conflict with the possibility that the supply of the vaccine might be unable to keep up with the demand.
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