by Mac Slavo
Here’s a bit of good news: Moderna says its coronavirus vaccine being developed under Operation Warp Speed will not be available by the election. Moderna’s vaccine won’t be available until 2021.
Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel told the Financial Times in an interview that Moderna, a Bi Pharma front-runner in the COVID-19 vaccine race, will not seek emergency-use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration until November 25 at the earliest and does not expect to have secured approval for distribution of the vaccine to the general public until spring 2021. “I think a late [first quarter], early [second quarter] approval is a reasonable timeline, based on what we know from our vaccine,” Bancel