Moderna Joins Covid-19 Booster Vaccine with Influenza, for What?

WASHINGTON DC, – Moderna is developing a single vaccine that combines doses booster against Covid-19 with its experimental flu vaccine.

The company added that the vaccine it is working on is intended to fight respiratory viruses (RSV) and other respiratory diseases as an annual dose.

The statement was delivered by the pharmaceutical and biotechnology company from the United States (US) on Thursday (9/9/2021) as reported by Reuters.

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In his presentation to investors, Moderna’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Stephane Bancel said that this is a great opportunity.

“We believe this is a huge opportunity that lies ahead of us, if we can bring it to market yearly pan-respiratory high efficacy,” said Bancel.

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“We believe Moderna can be the first to market this important new opportunity,” continued Bancel.

Currently, the company is conducting clinical trials for the RSV vaccine in older adults.

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Reuters reports, a number of healthcare analysts and investors estimate that Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech will reap billions of dollars from injections. booster Covid-19.

On Thursday, Moderna shares were up 6.2 percent.

Moderna also already has several future influenza vaccines under development.

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