With monkeypox cases rising, one European country is locking down a smallpox vaccine contract
As the global number of confirmed and suspected monkeypox cases continues to slowly climb, one country is trying to get a head start on potential vaccine stocking.
Bavarian Nordic signed a contract with an undisclosed European nation to supply its smallpox vaccine in response to new cases this month, the company announced Thursday morning. The continent saw its first monkeypox case confirmed about two weeks ago, with both the UK and Portugal seeing cases, according to the Washington Post.
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