Pfizer to Sell Paxlovid in China as Covid Cases Surge – Bloomberg

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Pfizer Inc.’s Paxlovid antiviral medication.
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Pfizer Inc. cemented a deal first announced in March to sell its antiviral medication Paxlovid in China through a state-owned company, adding to supply of Covid treatments in the country that’s now facing a massive infection surge. 
China Meheco Group Co. signed an agreement Wednesday with Pfizer to import and distribute Paxlovid on the mainland, the company said in a filing with the Shanghai Stocks Exchange. The agreement is effective immediately and expires on Nov. 30, 2023, the statement said. Further terms weren’t disclosed.