Analyst predicts more Bavarian vaccine orders in Europe in light of monkeypox outbreak

As the EMA assesses the Danish firm’s smallpox vaccine within the monkeypox indication, a Sydbank analyst believes more orders are on the horizon.

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Following last week’s news that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has initiated a risk/benefit analysis of using Danish biotech firm Bavarian Nordic’s smallpox vaccine against monkeypox, there could be more orders on the way than the firm has accounted for in its current 2022 guidance, says Senior Equity Analyst at Sydbank Søren Løntoft Hansen.

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