Denmark buys additional 10,000 monkeypox doses from Bavarian Nordic

After expanding the target group for who gets the monkeypox vaccine last week, Bavarian Nordic’s homeland was in need of more doses.

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Denmark has bought another 10,000 vaccine doses against monkeypox from Danish vaccine firm Bavarian Nordic, the Danish ministry of Health reported in a press release on Friday.

According to the authority, the Danish parliament has already approved the purchase, and the vaccines are intended to be taken into use as soon as this month.

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