To be continued today… Valneva – Capital.fr

(AOF) – Valneva, a company specializing in vaccines, confirms the signing of the amendment to its advance purchase agreement with the European Commission, as announced by the company on July 20, 20222, the period during which member states could exercise their right of withdrawal having expired. Under this amendment, purchases of VLA2001, Valneva’s inactivated whole virus vaccine against Covid-19, by Member States consistent in 1.25 million doses of VLA2001 in 2022, with the option to purchase an identical quantity later this year for delivery in 2022.

The company plans to deliver the first doses of the vaccine to participating member states (Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland and Bulgaria) in the coming weeks.

VLA2001 is the only inactivated and adjuvanted vaccine against Covid-19 to have received marketing authorization (MA) in Europe for use in primary vaccination in adults aged 18 to 50. VLA2001 is developed on Valneva’s Vero cell-based platform and leverages Valneva’s Japanese encephalitis vaccine production technology, Ixiaro®.

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