Indian Alliance For Pfizer/BioNTech’s COVID-19 Vaccine?
COVAX Supplies Being Discussed
Pfizer is unlikely to tie up with Indian companies soon for manufacture of its COVID-19 vaccine as it has built capacity for the first phase. However, as discussions to supply to the COVAX facility and developing countries progress, it could evaluate such opportunities later.
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