Coronavirus Update: Gilead's Veklury Gets Full FDA Approval, Roche Partners With Atea
Moderna Fully Enrolls COVE Trial
Gilead's remdesivir is first drug fully approved by FDA to treat COVID-19. Roche and Atea team up on an investigational direct acting antiviral while Moderna reaches the 30,000-patient enrollment target for its Phase III COVE study of the company's investigational mRNA vaccine.
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J&J announced strong data for its single-shot vaccine, with even stronger booster shot data to boot. Also Gilead posted strong results for outpatient use of Veklury, but it faces stiff competition, while Clover announced new data and Pfizer/BioNTech sold another 500 million vaccine doses for donation.
COVID-19 doesn't seem to be going away any time soon and antivirals remdesivir and favipiravir remain part of the treatment armamentarium. “Safety inventories” are in place for remdesivir in India, while a key physician anticipates an uptick in the use of favipiravir amid a surge in cases in some parts of the country.
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