Novavax CEO on COVID-19 boosters: ‘I dont think we’re too late’

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Novavax CEO Stanley Erck speaks with Yahoo Finance’s Anjalee Khemlani about the company’s cut forecast for vaccine sales, its outlook for COVID booster development, and growth.

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