Six companies show interest in vaccine production in Denmark

On Wednesday, six companies were interested in participating in the market consultation held by the Danish State Serum Institute before the tender for Danish vaccination production is settled.

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The opportunity to produce covid-19 vaccines in Denmark has attracted the attention of six companies.

The deadline for participating in the Danish State Serum Institute's (SSI) market consultation has now passed, states the SSI's Vice President Ole Jensen in an email to MedWatch.

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