Coronavirus Notebook: EMA Begins Assessing AZ’s Evusheld, Apeiron Starts Phase I Trial Of Inhaled APN01
The UK has explained its strategy for administering COVID-19 vaccines to people who have been partially immunized abroad.
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Biocon management signals the potential of its partnered entry with Serum Institute and Adagio Therapeutics into the communicable diseases segment. Continuing large supply opportunities for COVID-19 vaccines and prospects for boosters, alongside the promising profile of the neutralizing antibody being developed by its US-based partner, also bode well.
EU health ministers are discussing booster and additional vaccines as well as COVID-19-related medicines shortages, and England is to offer approved vaccines to clinical trialists to ease international travel.