Seqirus news releases
• Expert modelling points to a more severe influenza season than in previous years.1
• The lifting of restrictions to reduce COVID-19 transmission may leave vulnerable people – with reduced immunity - at greater risk from influenza.1
• Co-administration of the seasonal influenza vaccine with the COVID-19 booster may not only protect vulnerable populations, it could also relieve the burden on healthcare systems.
• A panel of leading international experts discuss the challenges of the oncoming influenza season at this year’s EU Flu Day, led by Vaccines Europe and supported by Seqirus.
• Seqirus will develop and evaluate two influenza A(H2Nx) virus vaccine candidates in support of U.S. government pandemic preparedness objectives
• Company will utilize its combination of cell-based and adjuvanted influenza vaccine technologies, as well as its next-generation self-amplifying mRNA platform
• Multi-year contract with Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) builds on longstanding, successful public-private partnership to provide rapid vaccine manufacturing response in an influenza pandemic
• Appoints Roberta Duncan as new program lead to drive technology advancement
• Accelerates development of sa-mRNA vaccine candidates for seasonal and pandemic influenza
The company is prepared to meet the record levels of demand seen during the 2020/21 influenza season amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
First doses of Seqirus’s enhanced influenza vaccine, destined for the U.K., come off a new high-speed fill-and-finish line in Liverpool.
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Forbes Recognizes Global Biotechnology Leader for Fourth Straight Year
The first annual EU Flu Day was launched today, 14 October 2020. Marking the occasion, Seqirus, a global leader in influenza prevention, announced that it has delivered shipments of influenza vaccines on schedule, across Europe
CSL Limited (ASX:CSL) today announced it has signed a Heads of Agreement (HoA) with the Australian Government for the supply of 51 million doses of the University of Queensland’s (UQ) COVID-19 vaccine candidate (V451), and a separate HoA with AstraZeneca to manufacture the Oxford University candidate (AZD1222), should clinical trials of both prove successful.
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Partnership brings together world-leading plasma companies to focus on developing and delivering a hyperimmune immunoglobulin in the global fight against COVID-19
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