IIL-Griffith Univ Readying Reasonably Priced COVID-19 Vaccine
Vaccine Launch Expected In 18-24 Months
The entry of India’s state-owned Indian Immunologicals and partner Griffith University in the COVID-19 vaccine race could potentially disrupt pricing dynamics. The alliance is developing a live-attenuated, single dose vaccine, which it hopes will be ready for launch in 18-24 months.
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