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Company says it can help mass produce coronavirus vaccine

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The Health and Human Services Department and the Department of Defense are partnering with ApiJect Systems America, which makes prefilled syringes made of plastic. The company’s CEO says the syringe will be produced faster, and will cost less than a dollar to make.