'BogotáBio' will be the first vaccine factory in Colombia

‘BogotáBio’ will be the first vaccine factory in Colombia

The first vaccine factory in Colombia will be in Bogotawill operate under the name of ‘BogotáBio’ and will produce, in principle, three vaccines: influenza, covid 19 and pneumococcus.

This initiative corresponds to a union between the district of Bogotá and the National Government and, as reported Claudia Lopez, mayor of the city, “Bogota contributes $354,000 millions” and will have the support of the Ministries of Science, Technology and Innovation and of Health and Social Protection.

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In this sense, this Monday the memorandum of understanding was signed to strengthen ‘BogotáBio’, which “will facilitate the development of capacities to research, innovate, manufacture, produce, buy, sell, market, distribute, import, export, vaccines and other biological and health technologies“.

In addition, as a commitment to strengthening, they expect the District Administration to award the construction contract for the production plant in December of this year, which would lead to the delivery of the infrastructure in December 2026 and the production of biological.

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From the Ministry of Health they mentioned that the agreement will work for 10 years and “It will outline lines of action in terms of national and district public policy, aimed at recovering pharmaceutical autonomy and health sovereignty, strengthening cooperation in research, promoting the education and training of personnel in the field of manufacturing vaccines and other biologicals. and health technologies“.


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