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Gilead to help speed up Remdesivir availability in India

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New York , 27 Apr 2021

Pharmaceutical major Gilead Sciences has announced that the company is providing its voluntary licensing partners with technical assistance, support for the addition of new local manufacturing facilities and the donation of active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) to rapidly scale up production of Remdesivir in India that is going through a massive Covid surge.Remdesivir is approved in India for restricted emergency use for the treatment of suspected or laboratory confirmed Covid-19 in adults and children hospitalised with severe disease."In addition to providing support to its licensees to expand their local manufacturing capacity, Gilead will also donate at least 450,000 vials of Veklury (Remdesivir) to help address the immediate needs of Indian patients," the company said in a statement late on Monday.The recent surge of Covid-19 cases in India is having a devastating impact on communities and has created unprecedented pressure on health systems."We are committed to doing our part to help tackle this crisis. Our immediate focus is to help address the needs of patients in India who may benefit from Remdesivir as quickly as we can by working together with the government, health authorities and our voluntary licensees," said Johanna Mercier, Chief Commercial Officer, Gilead Sciences.

All seven of Gilead's licensees based in India have significantly accelerated production of Remdesivir by scaling up their batch sizes, adding new manufacturing facilities and/or onboarding local contract manufacturers across the country.To safeguard against disruption of generic Remdesivir supply to other low- and middle-income countries included as part of the voluntary licenses, Gilead said it is also committed to providing support to voluntary licensees based outside of India to increase their production capacity.Gilead's planned support will include the donation of API to licensees with a view to accelerate production.Gilead's voluntary licensing programme for Remdesivir, established in May 2020, has already enabled access to the drug for more than 2.3 million people in more than 60 low- and middle-income countries.The programme provides long-term licenses to nine manufacturers, seven of which are based in India, to enable access to Remdesivir in 127 countries, most of which are low- and low-middle income countries, including India.

 

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