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FDA approval for Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine

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Feb 01

Global Coronavirus deaths cross 1 Million mark

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Sep 28

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

Donald Trump on White House staff member testing positive

The press briefing came one day after Donald Trump met with three world leaders at the White House to sign a Middle East peace accord....
Sep 17

WHO warns Europe for the new spikes in cases

Israel is among the countries battling a new spike, announcing a three-week lockdown from Friday when people will not be allowed more than 500 ...
Sep 15

Israel announces 3-week nationwide lockdown amid COVID-19

The lockdown order, set to go into effect on Friday, makes Israel the first developed economy to take such a drastic measure to curb a "...
Sep 14

UN adopts Coronavirus response resolution, US votes against

The United States withdrew from the WHO this spring, accusing the body of mismanaging the coronavirus pandemic and delaying the launch of a global alert....
Sep 12

UK to open universities with updated COVID-19 guidelines

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock told the House of Commons on Thursday that he wants students to be careful not to pass on coronavirus to ...
Sep 11

Coronavirus and pregnancy – preserving maternal health

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many health systems to the brink, resulting in non-urgent care being deprioritized to make way for thousands of ...
Sep 08

Israel imposes overnight curfews as virus deaths pass 1,000

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday announced overnight curfews on some 40 cities and towns hit hard by the coronavirus...
Sep 07

US COVID-19 count crosses 6 Million

The over all world pandemic situation has not yet come to a plateau with many countries having the second wave and economies been compromised due ...
Aug 31

Russia's COVID-19 vaccine plan prompts virus mutation worries

Viruses, including the pandemic SARS-CoV-2, are known for their ability to mutate all the time - and often this has little or no impact ...
Aug 22

Macron, Merkel adopted Namaste in COVID-19 times

Many world leaders have adopted the Indian style of greeting to avoid hand shake in COVID-19 situation...
Aug 21

COVID-19 count in the middle east on a rise

An understanding about the COVID-19 situation in the middle east ...
Aug 19

Saudi Arabia's COVID-19 cases cross 300,000 mark

The cases in the middle east are rising steadily and the health ministers are taking necessary precautions for it....
Aug 19

Russia calls international concern over vaccine 'groundless'

Russia has dismissed mounting international concern over the safety of its locally developed Covid-19 vaccine as "absolutely groundless"....
Aug 13

Israel sees lowest number of coronavirus tests, cases in months

The Health Ministry says on Saturday medical officials conducted only 7,736 COVID-19 tests...
Aug 05

US Coronavirus Deaths Surpass 1,55,000

Nearly 5,900 people are dying every 24 hours from COVID-19 on average, according to Reuters calculations based on data from the past two ...
Aug 05

Johnson & Johnson starts human trial for its COVID-19 vaccine

When exposed to the virus, six out of six animals who got the vaccine candidate were completely protected from lung disease...
Jul 31

World's 1st phase 3 clinical trial of COVID-19 inactivated vaccine

The human trial is a partnership between Sinopharm's China National Biotec Group (CNBG), Abu Dhabi-based artificial intelligence and cloud computing ...
Jul 17

Israeli scientists use waste to make sanitizer against virus

Professor Hadas Mamane of Tel Aviv University (TAU) and her team have been working for the past five years on recycling waste and transforming it ...
Jul 10

Global coronavirus death count surpasses 5 lakh mark

The official death count for the disease now stands at 500,390 deaths from 10,099,576 cases recorded worldwide....
Jun 29

How likely are kids to get COVID-19?

Scientists see a ‘huge puzzle’ without easy answers ...
Jun 19

How likely are kids to get COVID-19?

Scientists see a ‘huge puzzle’ without easy answers ...
Jun 19

Self-Cleaning masks can kill COVID-19 with phone charger's heat

The disinfecting process takes about 30 minutes - and users should not wear the mask while it is plugged in, a researcher said....
Jun 18

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