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Pfizer gives Danish PM cold shoulder: rejects idea of starting vaccine production in Denmark

Although three of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies have expressed interest in establishing vaccine production facilities in Denmark, Pfizer is not interested in working with the Danish authorities.

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Although the Pfizer/Biontech vaccine is the most widely used covid-19 vaccine in Denmark, it does not look like the companies will be establishing vaccine production facilities in the country.

That ship has sailed, as Pfizer has already expanded its production across the world, and now, it has upped its goal of producing 1.3 billion doses in 2021 to more than 2.5 billion doses. From next year onwards, more than 3 billion doses will be produced.

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