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A landmark proposal to suspend provisions of TRIPS for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments was first raised in October 2020. But, nearly a year and a half later, in January 2022, it seems there is no end in sight, with members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) failing to reach consensus.
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