Pfizer to allow generic versions of its coronavirus treatment pill in 95 countries | The World

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Drug company Pfizer has signed a deal to allow its experimental COVID-19 treatment pill to be made and sold in 95 developing nations. Epidemiology Professor Nancy baxter tells The World it’s a significant move because the drugs are “much easier to make than vaccines”.

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