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Financial Times: Get vaccine new variant ready

1 month ago   |   By Green Light Biosciences

GreenLight Biosciences explain to the Financial Times how messenger RNA can help get the Covid-19 vaccine new variant ready.
GreenLight Biosciences spoke to the Financial Times about making sure that any vaccine is new variant ready for Covid-19. An extract from the article is below:
Andrey Zarur, chief executive of Greenlight Biosciences, a biotech company that is making a messenger RNA vaccine, said it made sense to design new vaccines to “prepare for further drift”. “Then you have a better chance of your new vaccine continuing to protect against new variants,” Mr Zarur said.
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