The Chaotic Monkeypox Vaccine Pipeline Is Leaving Everyone Short

In a run-of-the-mill business park in Kvistgård, a Danish village about 25 miles north of Copenhagen encircled by forests, lies one of the most crucial solutions for controlling the global monkeypox outbreak. These are the manufacturing facilities of Bavarian Nordic, the biotech company that is the sole producer of the most advanced vaccine for monkeypox. Called Jynneos in the United States, Imvanex in Europe, and Imvamune in Canada, the vaccine is the only one that has been approved by the European Medicines Agency and the US Food and Drug Administration for preventing people from developing or transmitting monkeypox. 

The problem? Bavarian Nordic’s manufacturing facilities have been shut until very recently,

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