Open Orphan name change to hVIVO effective 26th October 2022

Open Orphan plc (LON:ORPH), a rapidly growing specialist contract research organisation (CRO) and world leader in testing infectious and respiratory disease products using human challenge clinical trials, has announced that further to its announcement on 8 September 2022, the Company’s change of name to hVIVO plc (LON:HVO) has now been completed and is expected to take effect on AIM and Euronext Growth from 8.00 am tomorrow.

The Company’s ticker will be HVO and the website address (including the investor relations content and the information required by AIM Rule 26 and Euronext Growth Rule 3.4) will be available at www.hvivo.com.

The Company’s ISIN (GB00B9275X97) and SEDOL (B9275X9) will remain the same.

Shareholders will be unaffected by the change of name and existing share certificates should be retained and will remain valid. Any new share certificates issued after the name change takes effect will bear the name hVIVO plc.

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