BioNTech has paired with US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to produce the first approved jab using mRNA genetic technology. Photo: Reuters BioNTech has paired with US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to produce the first approved jab using mRNA genetic technology. Photo: Reuters
BioNTech has paired with US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to produce the first approved jab using mRNA genetic technology. Photo: Reuters
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Finally, the world appears to be coming together on vaccines

  • The joint projects with BioNTech in China and Singapore are providing a way forward to make sure developing countries are properly immunised and to ensure global health equity

BioNTech has paired with US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to produce the first approved jab using mRNA genetic technology. Photo: Reuters BioNTech has paired with US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to produce the first approved jab using mRNA genetic technology. Photo: Reuters
BioNTech has paired with US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to produce the first approved jab using mRNA genetic technology. Photo: Reuters
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