Novavax plans to FINALLY submit data for 'protein based' COVID-19 vaccine to FDA

Novavax plans to FINALLY submit data for 'protein based' COVID-19 vaccine to FDA
Novavax plans to FINALLY submit data for 'protein based' COVID-19 vaccine to FDA
Novavax plans to FINALLY submit data for emergency use of 'protein-based' COVID-19 vaccine to FDA by the end of the year Novavax plans to submit data for its COVID-19 vaccine to the FDA by the end of the year for emergency use authorizations The jab was expected be available earlier in the year, though the company never applied for approval Novavax's shot has been heralded as one of the best for Covid vaccines by some experts made due to its success in clinical trials The shot showed promise in clinical trials, being 90% effective at preventing infection and 100% effective at preventing hospitalization  Indonesia recently became the first nation to approve the use of the Novavax vaccine, which has been delayed in recent months due to production issues

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Novavax plans to submit data on its COVID-19 vaccine to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by the end of the year in a bid to receive emergency use authorization.

The company believes its two-shot regimen is 90 percent effective at preventing infection from Covid, based on clinical trial data.

It is a 'protein based' vaccine that introduces a person's immune system to inactive virus cells - similar to the flu shot and many other common vaccines - in order to mount a response.

While a majority of Americans have already received a Covid vaccine, the jab's authorization would add to the available options for boosters in America.

Novavax plans to submit data for its Covid vaccine to the FDA by the end of the year, as the company's highly anticipated 'protein based' jab may be available soon

Novavax plans to submit data for its Covid vaccine to the FDA by the end of the year, as the company's highly anticipated 'protein based' jab may be available soon

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