CureVac is withdrawing its first-generation COVID-19 vaccine candidate, CVnCoV, from regulatory review: instead it is re-allocating its efforts to its second-generation vaccine program with GSK. ‘The goal has not changed, but the requirements to effectively...
German company, CureVac, says it is in ongoing dialogue with the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and is continuing regulatory submissions on its first-generation mRNA COVID-19 vaccine candidate, CVnCoV.
CureVac aims to bring together expertise from both its own company and other stakeholders to provide ‘broader and faster protection against current and future viral threats’: through collaborations with the UK Government, Bayer and GSK.
UK based pharma group, GlaxoSmithKline, and German biotech, CureVac, have struck a €150m (US$180m) deal to jointly develop next generation mRNA vaccines for COVID-19; the goal is to address multi-variants with one vaccine.
The European Commission has reached an agreement with CureVac for up to 405 million doses of its mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate: representing the biggest COVID-19 vaccine deal the Commission has inked so far.