Pharma firms say large-scale production of Covid-19 vaccines has already begun
Minister for Health tells HSE to begin planning for an immunisation programme. Medical experts welcome latest developments but warn vaccines won’t be ‘overnight panacea’
Leading pharmaceutical companies have begun large scale production of their Covid-19 vaccine candidates to ensure they have stocks ready as soon as they are approved, the Business Post can reveal.
Hopes for a Covid-19 vaccine have been buoyed in recent weeks as several companies move towards the end of their Phase 3 clinical trials.
AstraZeneca, which could have the results of its Phase 3 trials by year-end, has told the Business Post that...
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