Can governments sue vaccine producers for delays in delivering product? They can, but they probably won’t, lawyers who specialize in litigation and health sciences say.

Europe has sputtered in efforts to get COVID-19 vaccination programs off to a speedy start, and a growing number of government entities—Italy, Poland, the European Union—have brandished legal threats against vaccine producers for delays in delivery.

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