Pfizer’s Groton site helped develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Now the question is, will it work?
Wednesday, September 09, 2020
Pfizer’s facility in Groton has a history of developing some of the most popular drugs ingested by Americans, including Zoloft, which treats anxiety, and Zithromax, able to kill the toughest bacteria.
But the pharmaceutical company’s work on a COVID-19 vaccine may give the Connecticut facility its greatest fame — birthplace of a drug to shield humanity from a lethal virus that has so far taken the lives of more than 189,000 Americans and 894,000 people worldwide.