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What Asia’s scramble for mRNA production facilities means for the future of vaccine manufacturing in the region

Since the arrival of Pfizer and Moderna’s mRNA vaccines for Covid-19, Asia-Pacific countries have struggled to source adequate supplies.Governments including those of Australia, South Korea and Singapore are now racing to establish facilities to manufacture the jabs themselves – and in the process harness a potentially game-changing technology in the fight against disease.For countries that did not secure abundant vaccine supplies early on, the moves are unlikely to boost their sluggish…

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