Covid-19 roundup: Aspen to produce generic J&J vaccine for Africa; First boosters for under-18-year-olds could come next week — report
After some ups and downs surrounding the manufacturing of J&J’s Covid-19 vaccine as the South African company’s site, Aspen Pharmacare has announced an agreement with the pharma to make and sell an Aspen-branded Covid-19 vaccine through the continent.
The agreement will expand the already-existing tech transfer and agreement to give Aspen the right to make vaccines from drug substance supplied by J&J, and sell the finished form under the name Aspenovax to public sector markets in Africa.
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