Liverpool flu firm creates 100 hi-tech jobs

Liverpool is to benefit to the tune of 100 new high-tech jobs and it’s all connected to combatting flu.

The BBC reports the new roles are being created due to flu vaccination firm Seqirus’ £40m project, which will allow new vaccines to be created more quickly at its plant in Speke

The plant provides around half of the flu vaccine used in the UK.

At the moment, the vaccine is sent to Italy to be packaged in syringes and capsules but the new investment and highly skilled roles will mean this can be carried out at the factory.

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