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At the same time the WHO was announcing that the swine flu outbreak was unstoppable, the United States - through the U.S. Health and Human Services office - was committing another $884 million towards H1N1 vaccine ingredients (on top of the $1 billion allocation from May). This latest round of money was being allocated to four different companies.
Other governments are also throwing money at manufacturers using the shotgun approach. Multiple companies are winning, even though none of them have actually produced a tested and approved swine flu vaccine yet
Why? Because at this juncture, quantity is more critical than quality. That will change once the pandemic is under control, but for this first wave, I think all these stocks have something going for them