FDA will make it harder for COVID-19 vaccines to get approved

BREAKING: FDA will make it HARDER to get a coronavirus approved in a move that could block 's plan to have a shot before Election Day The FDA is expected to announce new, tougher requirements for a COVID-19 vaccine as early as this week  Tougher guidelines will make it more unlikely that any company working on a shot can get it approved before the November 3 Election Day  American trust in the safety of a potential COVID-19 shot has plummeted with 's continued push to rush approval before 'a very special date'  

By Natalie Rahhal Us Health Editor

Published: 21:01 BST, 22 September 2020 | Updated: 21:01 BST, 22 September 2020

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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to issue new, tougher requirements for its approval of a coronavirus vaccine, a move that could obliterate the chances of a shot getting emergency use authorization before Election Day, according to the Washington Post. 

Regulators could publish the new approval standards as early as this week, and will do so publicly in an effort to bolster Americans' eroded trust in the US to ensure the safety a COVID-19

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