Moderna says new vaccine for omicron may be ready in early 2022

Summary by The Japan Times
Moderna's chief medical officer says the company should know about the ability of the current vaccine to provide protection in the next couple of weeks.
6 months ago

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Times of India

Moderna can make vaccine for Omicron by early next year

“We should know about the ability of the current vaccine to provide protection in the next couple of weeks,” Burton said.

6 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Global News

Moderna says Omicron COVID-19 vaccine could be ready by early 2022 - National

Moderna could have a new vaccine to tackle the Omicron variant in 2022. With mRNA vaccines the pharmaceutical company can move very fast, says its chief medical officer.

6 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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NDTV

New Vaccine For Omicron May Be Ready In Early 2022, Says Moderna

Moderna Inc. Chief Medical Officer Paul Burton said he suspects the new omicron coronavirus variant may elude current vaccines, and if so, a reformulated shot could be available early in the new year.

6 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Hindustan Times

Covid: Vaccine for Omicron might be ready in early 2022, says Moderna

The Omicron variant, first detected in southern Africa, has a higher number of mutations and has been spreading very quickly. The variant has prompted several countries to shut down their borders and renew Covid-19 restrictions.

6 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Sydney Morning Herald

Moderna soars after saying Omicron vaccine ready in early 2022

Moderna shares posted their biggest two-day rally in a year after the company said a new vaccine to fight the concerning strain of the coronavirus could be ready by early next year, if required.

6 months ago·Sydney, Australia
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CNBC

Moderna says an omicron variant vaccine could be ready in early 2022

Omicron was classified as a "variant of concern" by the WHO last week.

6 months ago·United States
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