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Speculation Over Moderna Vaccine Deal With Tata, Wockhardt

Moderna is speculated to be in talks with Indian firms, including Wockhardt and a Tata group company, for manufacturing and/or marketing its COVID-19 vaccine. A deal in India could help the company meet its obligation to supply COVAX but Moderna is likely to choose its partner carefully.

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Fire At Serum Institute Won't Disrupt AZ-Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Supplies

Set to provide a COVID-19 vaccine partnered with AstraZeneca/Oxford to COVAX and various governments from Brazil to South Africa, India's Serum Institute assures that a fire at one of its units under construction will not impact supplies.

Commercial Coronavirus COVID-19

Zydus Cadila Testing Three-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine

Zydus Cadila is to begin testing a three-dose recombinant DNA vaccine candidate in Phase III Indian trials, which might enter late-stage development ahead of Inovio and AnGes. The company promised to provide 100-150 million doses by end of 2021 at the J.P. Morgan Conference, though adherence could be a roadblock.

Research & Development Coronavirus COVID-19

J&J, Pfizer, Russian COVID-19 Vaccines Set For Indian Approval In '21

Multiple COVID-19 vaccines, including from J&J, Pfizer and RDIF, are seen gaining approvals in India in 2021, following on from a raft of R&D, manufacturing and marketing tie-ups, as well as other developments, in the action-packed field last year. 

Coronavirus COVID-19 Vaccines

First In World COVID-19 Vaccine For Kids Below 12?

Could Serum Institute or Bharat Biotech be the first company to have a COVID-19 vaccine for children under 12 years of age? While Pfizer and Moderna have begun pediatric trials for children 12 years and above, Serum plans to begin testing its indigenous vaccine and Bharat Biotech its Covaxin in children under 12

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India Grants Controversial Conditional Approvals To Serum, Bharat COVID-19 Vaccines

India has given conditional accelerated approval to AstraZeneca partner Serum Institute, and separately to Bharat Biotech, for their COVID-19 vaccines. With the latter’s candidate still in Phase III trials, the unprecedented decision has caused controversy given the national regulator had earlier said an EUA would not be granted unless trials are completed.

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