The Gamble That Paid Off: How Israel Sealed Moderna COVID Vaccine Deal Early in the Game

Moderna revealed that its clinical trials were a roaring success, and Israel is poised to reap the benefits of a long journey to the coronavirus vaccine

Ronny Linder
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In the wake of Moderna’s reports of success in the phase 3 clinical trial of its coronavirus vaccine, Israel finds itself in an excellent position. Having signed a deal with the company in June, Israel is slated to be among the first countries to receive the vaccine once it is approved.

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