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Analyst Predicts $20bn COVID Vaccines Market In 2021

Pfizer Expected To Take Early Lead

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Analysts have taken a first stab at predicting the size of the COVID-19 vaccine market – in which Pfizer and Moderna are likely to start strong, but could give way to other big players.

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