Bavarian Nordic: Covid-19 vaccine beats Pfizer's on several parameters

New studies will further explore tentative yet promising data on Bavarian Nordic and Adaptvac's Covid-19 vaccine candidates at a larger scale. According to Bavarian Nordic VP Investor Relations & Communications, the company still hopes to receive economic aid from Danish authorities.

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Moods are bright at Bavarian Nordic after data from the first human trials of the company's Covid-19 vaccine candidate, ABNCoV2, confirm that Bavarian is holding a well-tolerated inoculation, showing higher antibody levels than approved vaccines from firms like Pfizer and partner Biontech, says Bavarian Nordic Vice President of Investor Relations & Communications Rolf Sass Sørensen.

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