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What does a Covid-19 vaccine mean for the medical sales industry?

Posted on: 17 Mar

The outbreak of coronavirus has moved the medical sales industry closer to the precipice of change. Within a year of the first case of coronavirus being reported, Pfizer and BioNTech announced that their vaccine was ready for mass distribution. The Chairman and CEO of Pfizer declared, “Today is a great day for science and humanity” shortly after, and for the first time in a while, the world could breathe a huge sigh of relief. A domino effect followed, as more biopharmaceutical companies around the world shared the news that they too had made the impossible possible. The development of a coronavirus vaccination in such a short time frame is one of the greatest achievements in medical history.

Here's what the Covid-19 vaccine means for the medical sales industry.

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The pandemic made a lasting impact on the medical communications sector and sent ripples through industries around the globe. The announcement that various vaccinations were ready for mass distribution was a great cause for celebration for the medical sales industry and the wider life sciences market. It marks a return to normal, but not everything will revert to the old ways. In fact, the pandemic has accelerated much-awaited change and there could not be a more exciting time to make a career change. Browse our medical sales and services jobs and start your application.