You don’t know that.Except you haven't researched the issue or found answers to post yet.
I know. So it is under experimental use (for what?) under one name... and not for experimental use under a different name.The EUA vaccine yes, but not what is under the new brand.
That doesn’t explain why the same vaccine would be given immunity from prosecution and not be given immunity from prosecution.I just explained why. The EUA vaccines are immune from prosecution.
I don’t think renaming it and treating it like it’s a different substance passes the legal distinction smell test. Actually, it’s probably illegal to do that.They have quite a bit of that stuff that still hasn't been used up yet. It has a shelf life. They're having trouble getting rid of it.