AstraZeneca revenge! EU is cashing in on the UK’s Valneva row. New Covid deal close

After the Financial Times reported on a British study that found Valneva to have less effectiveness than other booster jabs, the UK decided to end its agreement with Valneva. Link” href=”https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1491206/coronavirus-deaths-UK-not-vaccinated-hospitalisations-data-latest-EVG” rel=”tag”>the vaccine maker’s defence and stated that the company could have a positive future within the bloc instead. According to the French Ministry, “On the European Side,” the Commission continues negotiations on the contract for delivery in 2022.

According to Valneva, they “have the desire” to keep in touch with the EU about the distribution of vaccines within the bloc.

Valneva, which is partially based in France, is currently in clinical trials.

The company did however sign a contract to supply 100 million doses of the drug from the British Government in case there were positive results.

The UK ending its contract for distribution of vaccines in Britain is an enormous blow to the pharmaceutical firm, as it was their only order.

After this announcement, the stock price of the company fell by 40%.

The French government responded by saying that the “on the European Side, the Negotiations conducted By the Commission on This Contract Continue for Delivery in 2022”.

Many European countries including France are now relying upon this vaccine to diversify their vaccine coverage.

This vaccine is based on an inactivated virus. It’s currently approved by the EU.

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Ms. Sajid replied to Hannah Bardell (Scottish National Party MP), whose constituency was Livingston, where the Valneva vaccine was being administered.

Ms. Sajid stated that she was not suggesting that vaccines be administered that have not been approved.

He said that the Livingston vaccination facility was important to both the UK’s and the Scottish governments.

He stated, “That’s something we will work together to see what else we can do.”

Monika Pollenberg also reports.

Publiated at Tue 14 Sep 2021, 18:30:01 (+0000).

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