Fujifilm Receives $265 Million to Speed U.S. Coronavirus Vaccine Manufacturing


Fujifilm has received a $265 million contract from the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to expand coronavirus vaccine manufacturing capacity in the United States. A July 27 press briefing by U.S. President Donald Trump said the contract will be awarded to the Fujifilm Texas A&M Innovation Center in College Station, Texas,

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