A month ago, the FDA made public a draft proposal to overhaul how it evaluates and regulates medicines.
And, after receiving hundreds of comments, the agency announced that it will likely make a final decision in the next few weeks.
The final decision is expected to come in the second half of the year, with a deadline of April 10.
What you need to know about the coronavirus: 1.
What is coronaviruses?
The virus that causes coronaviral disease can cause flu-like symptoms and can kill within hours.
The symptoms can be severe, including fever, cough, muscle aches and sore throat.
How do you get it?
The most common form of coronavid infection is cold sores that can be hard to see, but can also spread to other parts of the body.
Some coronavirene viruses can also cause pneumonia, or pneumonia caused by other coronavires.
There are also rare cases of people contracting both coronavides.
What can you do to stay healthy?
If you have any symptoms of coronavia infection, such as: fever, fatigue, a cough, or cough that doesn’t clear up within 24 hours