Biden's fight with Moderna over providing vaccines for the poorest countries intensifies
With about $10 billion in taxpayer funds invested in Moderna so far, it would seem that the company would be more understanding of pleas from President Joe Biden and the federal government to provide more vaccine doses to low- and middle-income countries.
But the Biden-Moderna feud over supplying the world with doses of mRNA vaccines is now spilling into the public, with Biden’s chief science officer of the government’s Covid-19 response David Kessler explaining the details in an online panel discussion moderated by Yale law professor Amy Kapczynski on Wednesday.
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