Lundbeck introduces vaccine requirement for US staff

The Danish pharmaceutical firm is the latest of several companies operating in the US to close its doors to unvaccinated personnel.

Lundbeck's US Headquarters in Deerfield, near Chicago, Illinois | Photo: Lundbeck / PR

Following suit from Novo Nordisk, Saniona and a series of other companies doing business in the US, Lundbeck has introduced Covid-19 vaccine requirements for staff and visitors at its US offices.

Lundbeck's press chief, Thomas Mikkel Mortensen, confirms this move to MedWatch.

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