Covishield becomes collateral damage in the inter EU tussle over Chinese vaccines

The EU member countries were divided over allowing the Chinese vaccines, Sinopharm and Sino vac, and Russian vaccine Sputnik V as the bloc opens up for travel

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US allocates $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19

The US has approved one antiviral drug, Remdesivir, against COVID-19 and allowed emergency use of three antibody combinations that help the immune system fight the virus

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Amid fears of blood clots, Australia further restricts AstraZeneca vaccine

With inoculations now the responsibility of Australian states, this move is likely to have a marginal impact at best

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AstraZeneca's antibody fails in protecting exposed patients from COVID-19

The study was performed on participants who were unvaccinated adults and had been exposed to a person who had been infected by the deadly coronavirus in the past eight days

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Australia reports second death 'possibly' due to blood clots after AstraZeneca shot

Till now, Australia has reported 35 confirmed cases of TTS, out of which 31 have been discharged from the hospital and the remaining, are receiving treatment

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Pfizer less effective, AstraZeneca even worse against variant first detected in India: Study

There was a three-fold decrease in the number of antibodies of people who had taken the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against the B.1.617 variant, but still, there was protection

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Famous UK radio journalist died due to blood clots after taking AstraZeneca Covid jab, family claims

A week after taking the AstraZeneca jab, she started suffering from severe headaches and then fell seriously ill a few days later

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EU asks for big penalties against AstraZeneca over dose delays

The EU's legal team demanded an upfront fine of 10 million euros ($12 million) plus '10 euros per dose and per day of delay' in that event

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Vaccines can be redesigned to avoid blood clots, German scientists claim

The scientists claimed that Johnson & Johnson is already in contact with the group to redesign the single-shot vaccine to avoid this side effect

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EU and AstraZeneca battle in court over vaccine delays

The EU is suing the British-Swedish pharmaceutical group in a bid to force it to deliver 90 million more doses of its Covid-19 vaccine before July

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Two AstraZeneca shots could be 85-90% effective, UK real life data suggests

Britain has suffered one of the worst death tolls globally from the pandemic, but has also had one of the fastest vaccine rollouts

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Already booked online appointments for 2nd Covishield dose to remain valid: Govt

The Centre had on May 13 extended the gap between the first and second doses of Covishield vaccine to 12-16 weeks

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Delaying second doses of Covid vaccines can save more lives: Study

This study was conducted by scientists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester who examined models of the UK and other countries that have delayed the second shot due to a shortage of vaccines

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US mulls joint production of Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine with India

Smith has claimed the AstraZeneca coronavirus doses will not be passed on till the FDA approves them in the safety check

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Nauru says it vaccinated all adults against Covid in 'world record' effort

The remote island nation, one of the few places in the world to remain virus-free, said the four-week vaccination campaign had exceeded expectations

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France allows travellers vaccinated with Covishield to enter country

Along with France, several other European countries have allowed international travellers who have been vaccinated with India-made Covishield (AstraZeneca) to enter the country

Read Article

Covishield becomes collateral damage in the inter EU tussle over Chinese vaccines

The EU member countries were divided over allowing the Chinese vaccines, Sinopharm and Sino vac, and Russian vaccine Sputnik V as the bloc opens up for travel

Read Article

US allocates $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19

The US has approved one antiviral drug, Remdesivir, against COVID-19 and allowed emergency use of three antibody combinations that help the immune system fight the virus

Read Article

Amid fears of blood clots, Australia further restricts AstraZeneca vaccine

With inoculations now the responsibility of Australian states, this move is likely to have a marginal impact at best

Read Article

AstraZeneca's antibody fails in protecting exposed patients from COVID-19

The study was performed on participants who were unvaccinated adults and had been exposed to a person who had been infected by the deadly coronavirus in the past eight days

Read Article

Australia reports second death 'possibly' due to blood clots after AstraZeneca shot

Till now, Australia has reported 35 confirmed cases of TTS, out of which 31 have been discharged from the hospital and the remaining, are receiving treatment

Read Article

Pfizer less effective, AstraZeneca even worse against variant first detected in India: Study

There was a three-fold decrease in the number of antibodies of people who had taken the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against the B.1.617 variant, but still, there was protection

Read Article

Famous UK radio journalist died due to blood clots after taking AstraZeneca Covid jab, family claims

A week after taking the AstraZeneca jab, she started suffering from severe headaches and then fell seriously ill a few days later

Read Article

EU asks for big penalties against AstraZeneca over dose delays

The EU's legal team demanded an upfront fine of 10 million euros ($12 million) plus '10 euros per dose and per day of delay' in that event

Read Article

Vaccines can be redesigned to avoid blood clots, German scientists claim

The scientists claimed that Johnson & Johnson is already in contact with the group to redesign the single-shot vaccine to avoid this side effect

Read Article

EU and AstraZeneca battle in court over vaccine delays

The EU is suing the British-Swedish pharmaceutical group in a bid to force it to deliver 90 million more doses of its Covid-19 vaccine before July

Read Article

Two AstraZeneca shots could be 85-90% effective, UK real life data suggests

Britain has suffered one of the worst death tolls globally from the pandemic, but has also had one of the fastest vaccine rollouts

Read Article

Already booked online appointments for 2nd Covishield dose to remain valid: Govt

The Centre had on May 13 extended the gap between the first and second doses of Covishield vaccine to 12-16 weeks

Read Article

Delaying second doses of Covid vaccines can save more lives: Study

This study was conducted by scientists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester who examined models of the UK and other countries that have delayed the second shot due to a shortage of vaccines

Read Article

US mulls joint production of Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine with India

Smith has claimed the AstraZeneca coronavirus doses will not be passed on till the FDA approves them in the safety check

Read Article

Nauru says it vaccinated all adults against Covid in 'world record' effort

The remote island nation, one of the few places in the world to remain virus-free, said the four-week vaccination campaign had exceeded expectations

Read Article

Following a death, Brazil suspends use of AstraZeneca vaccine for pregnant women

As of now, it has not been established whether or not the vaccine was the cause of the death

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Do Covid vaccines work? World's most-vaccinated nation Seychelles raises concerns

The World Health Organization (WHO) said that a detailed study is being conducted to understand the situation of the Seychelles

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American civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson urges Biden to give AstraZeneca vaccine to India

Jackson made this request as Biden had said he intends to give the AstraZeneca vaccine shots to other countries who are in need of it

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Bharat Biotech reduces price of Covaxin for Indian state governments

The announcement by the Indian drugmaker comes a day after the Serum Institute of India  lowered its Covid-19 vaccine Covishield's price to Rs 300 (USD 4.05) per dose for state governments

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France allows travellers vaccinated with Covishield to enter country

Along with France, several other European countries have allowed international travellers who have been vaccinated with India-made Covishield (AstraZeneca) to enter the country

Read Article

Covishield becomes collateral damage in the inter EU tussle over Chinese vaccines

The EU member countries were divided over allowing the Chinese vaccines, Sinopharm and Sino vac, and Russian vaccine Sputnik V as the bloc opens up for travel

Read Article

US allocates $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19

The US has approved one antiviral drug, Remdesivir, against COVID-19 and allowed emergency use of three antibody combinations that help the immune system fight the virus

Read Article

Amid fears of blood clots, Australia further restricts AstraZeneca vaccine

With inoculations now the responsibility of Australian states, this move is likely to have a marginal impact at best

Read Article

AstraZeneca's antibody fails in protecting exposed patients from COVID-19

The study was performed on participants who were unvaccinated adults and had been exposed to a person who had been infected by the deadly coronavirus in the past eight days

Read Article

Australia reports second death 'possibly' due to blood clots after AstraZeneca shot

Till now, Australia has reported 35 confirmed cases of TTS, out of which 31 have been discharged from the hospital and the remaining, are receiving treatment

Read Article

Pfizer less effective, AstraZeneca even worse against variant first detected in India: Study

There was a three-fold decrease in the number of antibodies of people who had taken the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against the B.1.617 variant, but still, there was protection

Read Article

Famous UK radio journalist died due to blood clots after taking AstraZeneca Covid jab, family claims

A week after taking the AstraZeneca jab, she started suffering from severe headaches and then fell seriously ill a few days later

Read Article

EU asks for big penalties against AstraZeneca over dose delays

The EU's legal team demanded an upfront fine of 10 million euros ($12 million) plus '10 euros per dose and per day of delay' in that event

Read Article

Vaccines can be redesigned to avoid blood clots, German scientists claim

The scientists claimed that Johnson & Johnson is already in contact with the group to redesign the single-shot vaccine to avoid this side effect

Read Article

EU and AstraZeneca battle in court over vaccine delays

The EU is suing the British-Swedish pharmaceutical group in a bid to force it to deliver 90 million more doses of its Covid-19 vaccine before July

Read Article

Two AstraZeneca shots could be 85-90% effective, UK real life data suggests

Britain has suffered one of the worst death tolls globally from the pandemic, but has also had one of the fastest vaccine rollouts

Read Article

Already booked online appointments for 2nd Covishield dose to remain valid: Govt

The Centre had on May 13 extended the gap between the first and second doses of Covishield vaccine to 12-16 weeks

Read Article

Delaying second doses of Covid vaccines can save more lives: Study

This study was conducted by scientists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester who examined models of the UK and other countries that have delayed the second shot due to a shortage of vaccines

Read Article

US mulls joint production of Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine with India

Smith has claimed the AstraZeneca coronavirus doses will not be passed on till the FDA approves them in the safety check

Read Article

Nauru says it vaccinated all adults against Covid in 'world record' effort

The remote island nation, one of the few places in the world to remain virus-free, said the four-week vaccination campaign had exceeded expectations

Read Article

Following a death, Brazil suspends use of AstraZeneca vaccine for pregnant women

As of now, it has not been established whether or not the vaccine was the cause of the death

Read Article

Do Covid vaccines work? World's most-vaccinated nation Seychelles raises concerns

The World Health Organization (WHO) said that a detailed study is being conducted to understand the situation of the Seychelles

Read Article

American civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson urges Biden to give AstraZeneca vaccine to India

Jackson made this request as Biden had said he intends to give the AstraZeneca vaccine shots to other countries who are in need of it

Read Article

Bharat Biotech reduces price of Covaxin for Indian state governments

The announcement by the Indian drugmaker comes a day after the Serum Institute of India  lowered its Covid-19 vaccine Covishield's price to Rs 300 (USD 4.05) per dose for state governments

Read Article