Monkeypox vaccine attracts interest for Bavarian as virus spreads

Bavarian, which signed a supply contract with an unnamed European country last week, reports it is in dialog with several countries, some yet to be affected, concerning the firm’s monkeypox vaccine.

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Bavarian Nordic A/S, the only maker of an approved vaccine to prevent monkeypox, is in talks to supply several countries that have identified cases of the viral infection.

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