Bavarian Nordic CEO sees massive sales potential for Covid-19 vaccine after securing state aid

If the company manages to produce a Covid-19 vaccine, the sales potential will be huge, says CEO Paul Chaplin, who is happy about the recent aid agreement reached with the Danish government.

Bavarian Nordic CEO Paul Chaplin | Photo: PR/ Bavarian Nordic

Bavarian Nordic CEO Paul Chaplin predicts huge growth potential for its Covid-19 vaccine, as a EUR 108m financial support agreement with the Danish government fell into place on Monday.

In an interview with Danish financial media Finans, the CEO says that it is hard to put the potential into revenue terms, but that even a small slice of the market is big.

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