Moderna Expanding Manufacturing Plant And Lab In NorwoodThe space will more than double to 650,000 square feet as Moderna ramps up production of its COVID-19 vaccine there.
Moderna Boosting COVID Vaccine Supply, Says Shelf Life Now LongerModerna says it is boosting global manufacturing of its COVID-19 vaccine hoping to deliver up to 3 billion doses in 2022.
Moderna Says Its COVID Vaccine More Than 90% Effective 6 Months After Second DoseModerna said new data shows its COVID-19 vaccine continues to provide strong protection.
Moderna Says Its COVID-19 Vaccine Offers Protection For At Least 6 MonthsModerna said it's COVID-19 vaccine offers protection for at least six months.
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Vials Will Now Hold 15 Doses Each, Up From 10The FDA has approved new vials from Moderna that can contain up to 15 doses each, compared with the original vials designed to hold 10 doses.
'Working Very Well,' Moderna, Pfizer COVID Vaccines 90% Effective In Real World StudyPfizer and Moderna vaccines were 90% effective after two doses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Monday.
Moderna Ships 100 Millionth Dose Of Its COVID-19 Vaccine To US GovernmentModerna has now shipped 100 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine to the federal government, the Cambridge-based company announced Monday.
Moderna Starts COVID Vaccine Study For Children Under 12The study, called kidCOVE, is expected to enroll 6,750 healthy children in the U.S. and Canada.
Moderna Moves To Put More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses In Each VialModerna said it will be adding more vaccine doses to each vial if the FDA approves the move.
Moderna Expects To Supply U.S. With 100 Million COVID Vaccine Doses By End Of MarchModerna says it has supplied the federal government with 30.4 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine so far.
Moderna Says Its COVID-19 Vaccine Works On Variants, But Plans Booster For South African StrainDr. Anthony Fauci told CBS This Morning Monday that the South African strain is clearly “different and more ominous than the one in the U.K.”