HHS Commits To Pay Sanofi/GSK $2.1B For Coronavirus Vaccine

By John Wilkerson / July 31, 2020 at 2:27 PM
The government committed to pay Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline $2.1 billion to develop and make 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccine, HHS and the Department of Defense announced Friday (July 31), and Sanofi said more than half of the award is for the vaccine’s development. That probably means the government is paying roughly $10 per dose, a drug industry lobbyist said, but neither the government nor Sanofi would disclose how much of the award is contingent on the vaccine working or...

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