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Moderna Inks New Supply Deal With Taiwan For 20 Mln Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine - Quick Facts

Biotechnology company Moderna, Inc. (MRNA) announced Thursday a new supply agreement with Taiwan for 20 million doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine and its updated variant booster vaccine candidate, if authorized, to begin delivery in 2022 and an additional 15 million doses in 2023.

This new supply agreement is in addition to the prior agreement for 5 million doses in 2021.

Moderna has received emergency or other conditional, interim or provisional authorization for use of its COVID-19 vaccine in adults from health agencies in more than 50 countries and an Emergency Use Listing from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Moderna has filed for emergency or other conditional, interim or provisional authorization for use of its COVID-19 vaccine in adolescents with global health agencies.

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