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Alvogen Companies Donate To Support COVID Vaccines

As Hikma Contributes $4m To Address Unmet Healthcare Needs

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Alvogen and sister company Alvotech have donated to UNICEF to support vaccine supply to over 90 low-and-middle-income countries, while Hikma has also made a multi-million-dollar donation. India’s Dr Reddy’s is moving ahead with the Sputnik V vaccine, while AstraZeneca is partnering with Insud Pharma on its vaccine in Spain. Meanwhile, the UK government has extended its vaccination contract with Wockhardt.

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