Five Things Health Marketers Need To Know: Friday, July 2, 2021 – 5 Things Health Marketers Need To Know Today – MM + M


The United States is unlikely to meet its goal of vaccinating 70% of Americans by July 4. Vaccination rates have fallen since the start of the effort, and the incentives to increase them have not worked as well on the unvaccinated population. (CNBC Weekly)

Seres Therapeutics has entered into a new contract with Nestlé Health Science will market the microbiotic drug SER-109. The deal is $ 175 million up front and the companies will share the profits from the drug sales. (STAT)

The Biden administration is preparing for future pandemics using lessons learned from COVID-19. Health officials are examining how government incentives, testing supplies, diagnostics, and domestic manufacturing can be sustained and improved during future health crises. (POLITICS)

Roche will cut 300 to 400 jobs in its product development group during its latest reorganization. “We must continually evolve our business with the rapidly changing environment to have more impact and improve patient outcomes,” Roche said in a statement to Endpoints News. (Terminal News)

A wave of COVID-19 is occurring in St. Petersburg, Russia, as football fans arrive for the final match of Euro 2020. Although some restrictions, including stadium capacity limits, have been put in place, COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to rise, in part due to the low vaccination rate in the country. (Reuters)

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