Sports VALNEVA's Covid 19 vaccine still interests the EU, according to France
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while the United Kingdom has just terminated its Contract with the French laboratory VALNEVA on its Covid-19 vaccine, the EU remains interested in the serum and continues to negotiate, reports the French government.
The European Union, Salvation Board for Valneva? After a Berezina stock market following the termination of the contract with the United Kingdom, the anti-Covid-19 vaccine of the Franco-Austrian laboratory continues to interest Brussels, which continues its negotiations, assured the French government. "We have the will to continue" the negotiations with Valneva at EU level, said a spokesman for the Ministry of Economy, at a weekly conference on the vaccination campaign.
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VALNEVA, partly based in Nantes, develops a VVID-19 vaccine, which is still in the clinical trial stage. He had nevertheless already signed a contract with the British government, to deliver 100 million doses in case of positive results. But the group announced this week that London had terminated this contract, a big blow for the laboratory because it was its only order for this vaccine. The title loston the stock market since this announcement. He did not detail the reasons for this termination, just stating that London accused him of having "missed his obligations", which he "disputes vigorously".
RECORD BUT, "On the European side, the contract negotiations on this contract is continuing (...) for deliveries in 2022 ", said the French Ministry of the Economy. Negotiations betweenand the EU have also been complex. They had been interrupted at the beginning of the year, before resuming afterwards. Several European countries, including France, now account for this vaccine to "diversify" immunization coverage, explained the ministry, noting that it is an inactivated virus vaccine project.
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No vaccine obeying this technique is currently approved in the EU. Those who are distributed are either at RNA messenger - Pfizer / Biontech and Moderna - or viral vector - Astrazeneca and Johnson & Johnson. In addition, at the same conference, the Ministry of Health stated that health professionals "in the city", which include pharmacists and liberal doctors, could order Pfizer / Biontech vaccines from next week, and either. Only Johnson & Johnson and Moderna vaccines.
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