Coronavirus Notebook: EU To Buy 30 Million Doses Of Valneva Vaccine, Russia To Issue Compulsory License For Remdesivir
The European Medicines Agency says hacked COVID-19 vaccine data has been leaked online, and Australia’s chief medical officer defends the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine against scientists’ claim that it is not effective enough.
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Valneva is scaling up manufacture of its coronavirus vaccine alongside the clinical development program, with a view to meeting its commitment to provide millions of doses for use in the UK and the EU.
The European Medicines Agency may issue an opinion on approving AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine by 29 January if the data are robust and complete and any additional data requests are dealt with promptly.
The cyberattack on coronavirus vaccine data held by the European Medicines Agency is the latest in a string of hacks that are also targeting organizations involved with the cold chain distribution of vaccines.