Britain’s Contact Tracing for Coronavirus Falls Short of Promises

The F.D.A.’s abrupt decision to revoke the waiver for the drugs has left 66 million doses stranded in the federal stockpile — and officials do not yet know what they will do with them.

Reporting was contributed by Jane Bradley, Keith Bradsher, Chris Buckley, Damien Cave, Michael Cooper, Jill Cowan, Jacey Fortin, Luis Ferré-Sadurní, Michael Gold, Joseph Goldstein, James Gorman, David M. Halbfinger, Andrew Higgins, Carl Hulse, Mike Ives, Miriam Jordan, Annie Karni, Sarah Kliff, Jeff Mays, Patricia Mazzei, Sarah Mervosh, Raphael Minder, David Montgomery, Benjamin Mueller, Aimee Ortiz, Tariq Panja, Brad Plumer, Nadja Popovich, Frances Robles, Dagny Salas, David E. Sanger, Christopher Schuetze, Robert Simonson, Karan Deep Singh, Kirk Semple, Jeanna Smialek, Rory Smith, Mitch Smith, Kaly Soto, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Eileen Sullivan, Daniel Victor, David Waldstein, Billy Witz, Noah Weiland, Will Wright and Karen Zraick.

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