The French firm Sanofi has announced that it is stopping the development of its messenger RNA vaccine to fight Covid-19. However, it will continue its trials for another vaccine against the virus in collaboration with GSK.
A year and a half after the start of the coronavirus epidemic, France has ultimately still failed to produce a vaccine. What meaning can be given to this failure? Is French research running out of steam? Is the money invested being used wisely? It is to these questions that our guests Gérard Filoche, spokesperson for the Democratic and Social Left and Jean-Marc Chipot, spokesperson for Debout la France were invited to answer.