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China ropes in more countries for its COVID-19 vaccine trials

In recent weeks, officials from Mexico, Bangladesh and Pakistan have been quoted in the media, stating about the trials as a means to gain future ...
Sep 29

Global Coronavirus deaths cross 1 Million mark

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Sep 28

US employers being sued for COVID-19 infection spread

The daughter of Esperanza Ugalde of Illinois alleged her mother died of COVID-19 that her father contracted at Aurora Packing Co's meat processing ...
Sep 28

WHO gave blessing for Coronavirus vaccine emergency use programme: China

China launched its emergency programme in July, having communicated with the WHO in late June, according to Zheng Zhongwei, a National Health Commission official....
Sep 26

New York to permanently switch to outdoor dining amid pandemic

The mayor made the announcement days before indoor restaurant dining will resume in New York City on Sept. 30, with a limit of 25% occupancy....
Sep 26

Vaccine likely for India in early 2021

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Sep 22

Parents sents a COVID-19 positive kid to school

The parents of the sixth student who tested positive sent him to class anyway, the mayor said. Now, 28 students who were in close contact ...
Sep 19

UN asks Billionaires for help as 270 Million people face starvation

The combined wealth of America's billionaires jumped over 19% or by half a trillion since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic in the ...
Sep 18

Moderna to seek COVID vaccine's limited emergency use

Moderna's vaccine candidate - mRNA-1273 - is nearing the finish line in its push to enroll 30,000 individuals in a late-stage trial of ...
Sep 18

Moderna, Pfizer share COVID-19 vaccine trial blueprints

Pfizer, the other American company currently carrying out Phase 3 trials in the US, followed suit a short time later and there is now added ...
Sep 18

A report states half of the vaccines are booked by rich nations

Oxfam, a non-governmental organisation, analysed deals struck by pharmaceuticals and vaccine producers for the five leading vaccine candidates ...
Sep 17

Pandemic threatens child education, health gains : World bank

This year's report shows that most countries, particularly poorer ones, have made steady gains in improving health and education prior to the pandemic....
Sep 17

Novavax aims for 2 Billion COVID vaccine doses with India's Deal

As part of the expanded agreement, Serum Institute will also manufacture the antigen component of the vaccine dubbed NVX-CoV2373....
Sep 16

Pandemic has caused 37 Million to extreme poverty

The report said the "widest-ranging catastrophe" - the one that has hit every country regardless of the actual spread of the disease - is economic....
Sep 16

Coronavirus cost global tourism $460 Billion in January-June

The amount of revenue lost between January and June is "around five times the loss in international tourism receipts recorded in 2009", World Tourism Organisation ...
Sep 16

Immunity is important then vaccines

The coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is the latest in a procession of new infectious diseases that have surprised the world in recent years...
Sep 15

UK reserves up to 190 million doses of potential Coronavirus vaccines

It had already been disclosed in July that the British government had reserved 60 million doses of Valneva's inactivated SARS-CoV-2 vaccine under ...
Sep 14

Trump claims PM Modi's praise in COVID fight

Trump is currently making a swing of some of the key states in the West Coast and has been spending a considerable amount of time ...
Sep 14

African Swine Fever case found in Germany

Scientists found swine fever in a dead wild boar near the German-Polish border in the eastern state of Brandenburg, the German agricultural ministry said....
Sep 11

Some JPMorgan workers improperly pocketed COVID-Relief funds

The findings of employee misconduct came in a broader sweep of individual accounts that received business aid, the person said, noting the bank fired people ...
Sep 10

Oxford trials pause could disrupt closely-watched race for vaccine

The pause stemmed from a standard review of the company's vaccine trials after one person developed an unexplained illness, AstraZeneca said in a statement....
Sep 09

Vaccine safety top priority, says WHO as AstraZeneca pauses study

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Sep 09

As virus cases rise, India faces human, economic catastrophe

The 35-year-old tutor started feeling feverish in April, while bringing his father home from a chemotherapy appointment in the Indian financial capital...
Sep 08

UNICEF to lead COVID vaccines for low income Countries

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is the world's largest single vaccine buyer, procuring more than 2 billion doses of various vaccines annually ...
Sep 07

China shows off homegrown Coronavirus vaccines for first time

High hopes hang on the small vials of liquid on show at a Beijing trade fair this week -- vaccine candidates produced by Chinese companies Sinovac ...
Sep 07

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