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Australia injects $1 billion into new flu vaccine facility – The New Daily

Australia will build the southern hemisphere’s largest flu vaccine manufacturing plant in a bid to sure up its response to future pandemics.

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Australia will build the southern hemisphere’s largest flu vaccine manufacturing plant in a bid to sure up its response to future pandemics.
The federal government has struck a $1 billion, 12-year deal with CSL-owned subsidiary Seqirus for long-term access to influenza and fever vaccines, as well as life-saving anti-venoms.
Under the new agreement, Seqirus will invest $800 million to develop a high-tech vaccine manufacturing facility near Melbourne airport to replace its more than 60-year-old Parkville…

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