Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines produced varied neutralising antibody levels when assessed for short- and long-term response, says study.
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Sanofi’s Fluzone® with Moderna’s COVID-19 mRNA investigational booster dose showed an immunogenicity response similar to individual doses.
Moderna will build an mRNA facility in Africa to manufacture 500 million doses of their COVID-19 vaccine and other products per year.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is evaluating an application for the use of a booster dose of Spikevax in people aged 12 years and older.
New data shows that Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine protects against variants of concern and reduces breakthrough infection risk.
The CHMP has adopted recommendations to increase manufacturing capacity and supply of COVID-19 Vaccines Comirnaty and Moderna in Europe.
The MHRA has approved the use of the Spikevax vaccine (formerly COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna) in children aged 12-17 years old.
The FDA has authorised an additional dose of COVID-19 Vaccines Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna in certain immunocompromised patients.
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The results from the first COVID-19 vaccine booster trial in transplant recipients show a third dose is safe and highly immunogenic.
Moderna and the Canadian government are collaborating to build an mRNA vaccine manufacturing facility in Canada.
Moderna tops the 2021 Best Workplaces for Innovators list following its "epic" COVID-19 vaccine development journey and impressive growth in 2020.
The FDA and other global regulators are co-operating to address inadequacies in clinical research that leave pregnant and breastfeeding women lacking data on which to base their medical decisions.