Coronavirus Notebook: EMA Issues New COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Updates, Australia Assesses Comirnaty In Younger Children
The European regulator has warned of the risk of myocarditis, pericarditis and anaphylaxis with Novavax’s COVID-19 vaccine, Nuvaxovid, while Switzerland has updated its guidance on the use of COVID-19 medicines against virus variants. Iconovo has received funding to develop its ICOone nasal inhaler for use in pandemics in resource-poor settings.
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