Pfizer licenses its anti-Covid pill to developing countries

Pfizer’s anti-Covid pill: deal will allow generic manufacturers in 95 countries to distribute the drug developed by the US company

Medicine Patent Pool agreement for Pfizer’s anti-Covid pill

A licensing agreement with the Medicines Patent Pool, an organisation supported by the United Nations.

Pfizer has signed the agreement with the aim of widening access to its anti-Covid-19 drug in developing countries.

Thanks to this agreement, the first in which the pharmaceutical company opens up to technology sharing on an anti-coronavirus product, generic drug manufacturers in 95 countries will be able to produce the drug developed by Pfizer against Covid in advance of the authorities’ green light.

This is a way of ensuring that low- and middle-income countries can be supplied more quickly.

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