Sanofi opines on Danish government's Bavarian contract: Single supplier would be a mistake

Sanofi praises Danish government despite canceling the national vaccine production tender. Even so, the company thinks it would be problematic if the state were to bet solely on Bavarian Nordic for domestic vaccine preparedness.

Manager at Sanofi Per H. Aabakken participated in the market hearing held by the Danish SSI to investigate conditions for a potential vaccine production tender, before it was cancelled. | Photo: Sanofi/PR

The Danish government should exercise caution in betting solely on a single contract with Bavarian Nordic as the solution to its ambitions of a national vaccine preparedness.

At least this is the opinion of pharmaceutical company Sanofi, which was on of the six companies courting the government for a role in the future national vaccine production. 

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