Sanofi pivots toward boosters after Covid vaccine delays

Sanofi ends development of Covid Messenger-RNA vaccine.

(Bloomberg) --Sanofi will focus on supplying Covid-19 booster shots and fine-tuning its messenger RNA platform for the next pandemic after delays placed the drugmaker at least a year behind rivals in developing vaccines. 

That means halting the development of the company’s experimental messenger RNA shot, which would be redundant by the time it becomes available next year, according to Thomas Triomphe, executive vice president of Sanofi’s vaccines unit. 

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