Coronavirus Notebook: 35 Generic Firms To Produce Pfizer’s Paxlovid, AZ’s Evusheld Gains UK & Australian Approval
Finland’s Rokote expects to begin clinical trials with its intranasal vaccine after the summer, while Australia’s ENA Respiratory has dosed the first patients in a Phase IIa study of its antiviral nasal spray.
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Coronavirus Notebook: Bivalent Spikevax OKd For Filing In Australia, Pfizer & Moderna Under Growing Pressure To Share mRNA Knowhow
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