Bavarian Nordic has initiated phase III of Covid-19 booster

The first of 4,000 patients has received a booster shot produced by the Danish drugmaker as part of a new, global phase III study of the company’s candidate.

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The first person has received Bavarian Nordic’s Covid-19 booster candidate, ABNCoV2, in a global phase III trial, the Danish vaccine maker announces in a press release.

”Trial will assess non-inferiority of ABNCoV2 compared to Comirnaty in terms of neutralizing antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 (Wuhan wild type) as the primary endpoint, and other variants of concern as secondary endpoints,” reads the statement.

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