Official says, Israel negotiating Pfizer surplus with other countries

Israel launched in December one of the world's fastest vaccine drives and has since vaccinated nearly 90 per cent of people over the age of 50

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EU-approved vaccines effective against Delta variant in bloc, says EMA

The upbeat assessment came as the World Health Organization warned that the coronavirus variant first detected in India could fuel a new wave of cases in Europe

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Exclusive: Any vaccine is better than no vaccine, says Estonia Envoy

Estonia is the first country in Europe that has approved India-made Covishield and Covaxin on its national travel list

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Germany's COVID-19 vaccine CureVac disappoints in pivotal final trial, with only 48 per cent efficacy

The stakes for CureVac and prospective buyers of its vaccine in Europe had risen after age limits were imposed on the use of the Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines due to a link to…

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COVID-19: Mixing vaccines gives strong immune protection, Oxford study suggests

The study discovered significant differences in antibody levels against the virus based on the vaccinations administered.

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Fauci calls Delta variant 'greatest threat' to eradicating COVID-19 pandemic

Fauci said the Delta variant now makes up more than 20 per cent of all new cases in the US, nearly doubling from nearly 10 per cent two weeks ago

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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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Covid, pregnancy, breastfeeding and vaccines: Let's help in breaking myths for new mothers

Pregnant women, if infected by coronavirus, are advised to intake a lot of fluids at normal temperature and go on complete bed rest to avoid tiring the body

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South Korea: Mayor apologises for falling prey to vaccine scam

Kwon Young-jin, who is critical of the government’s vaccine distribution, took some time to realise that Pfizer does not distribute vaccines through third parties

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Joe Biden made commitment to send vaccines to India, says US NSA

The US will be sharing a total of 80 million doses by the end of June. This represents 13 per cent of the total vaccines produced by the US by the end of this month

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India in talks with Pfizer, J&J, Moderna for local manufacturing of covid vaccines: FS Harsh Shringla

As of now only three vaccines have been given authorisation in India, namely Covishield (produced by Serum Institute of India), Covaxin (produced by Bharat Biotech) and Russia's Sputnik V

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Over 50 million Pfizer vaccines ready to be delivered to India; talks ongoing for 'partial indemnity'

Like other vaccines, Pfizer can also cause allergic reactions such as breathing difficulty, fast heartbeat, dizziness, and weakness

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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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Germany to vaccinate children over 12 from June 7

The European Medicines Agency is expected to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab for 12 to 15-year-olds on Friday

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Russia-linked agency hires influencers to spread fake news about Pfizer vaccine

Several social media influencers and bloggers have claimed they have been contacted by a UK-based PR agency to spread rumours about the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer-BioNTech

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COVID-19: Israel set to offer booster shot of Pfizer vaccine against Delta variant

As the cases of coronavirus increased due to wide spread of Delta variant, Israel has decided to vaccinate the vulnerable population with the third booster shot

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Official says, Israel negotiating Pfizer surplus with other countries

Israel launched in December one of the world's fastest vaccine drives and has since vaccinated nearly 90 per cent of people over the age of 50

Read Article

EU-approved vaccines effective against Delta variant in bloc, says EMA

The upbeat assessment came as the World Health Organization warned that the coronavirus variant first detected in India could fuel a new wave of cases in Europe

Read Article

Exclusive: Any vaccine is better than no vaccine, says Estonia Envoy

Estonia is the first country in Europe that has approved India-made Covishield and Covaxin on its national travel list

Read Article

Germany's COVID-19 vaccine CureVac disappoints in pivotal final trial, with only 48 per cent efficacy

The stakes for CureVac and prospective buyers of its vaccine in Europe had risen after age limits were imposed on the use of the Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines due to a link to…

Read Article

COVID-19: Mixing vaccines gives strong immune protection, Oxford study suggests

The study discovered significant differences in antibody levels against the virus based on the vaccinations administered.

Read Article

Fauci calls Delta variant 'greatest threat' to eradicating COVID-19 pandemic

Fauci said the Delta variant now makes up more than 20 per cent of all new cases in the US, nearly doubling from nearly 10 per cent two weeks ago

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

Covid, pregnancy, breastfeeding and vaccines: Let's help in breaking myths for new mothers

Pregnant women, if infected by coronavirus, are advised to intake a lot of fluids at normal temperature and go on complete bed rest to avoid tiring the body

Read Article

South Korea: Mayor apologises for falling prey to vaccine scam

Kwon Young-jin, who is critical of the government’s vaccine distribution, took some time to realise that Pfizer does not distribute vaccines through third parties

Read Article

Joe Biden made commitment to send vaccines to India, says US NSA

The US will be sharing a total of 80 million doses by the end of June. This represents 13 per cent of the total vaccines produced by the US by the end of this month

Read Article

India in talks with Pfizer, J&J, Moderna for local manufacturing of covid vaccines: FS Harsh Shringla

As of now only three vaccines have been given authorisation in India, namely Covishield (produced by Serum Institute of India), Covaxin (produced by Bharat Biotech) and Russia's Sputnik V

Read Article

Over 50 million Pfizer vaccines ready to be delivered to India; talks ongoing for 'partial indemnity'

Like other vaccines, Pfizer can also cause allergic reactions such as breathing difficulty, fast heartbeat, dizziness, and weakness

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

Germany to vaccinate children over 12 from June 7

The European Medicines Agency is expected to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab for 12 to 15-year-olds on Friday

Read Article

Russia-linked agency hires influencers to spread fake news about Pfizer vaccine

Several social media influencers and bloggers have claimed they have been contacted by a UK-based PR agency to spread rumours about the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer-BioNTech

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With decline in covid cases, Germany prepares for concerts, open-air gigs

According to data collated by the pubic health institute, Germany now stands at 64.5 cases per 100,000

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COVID-19 death toll in Canada surpasses grim mark of 25,000

More segments of the demographic in Canada are presently qualified for inoculations as the National Advisory Committee on Immunization or NACI has now suggested that the total two-jab regimen of…

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US: Fully vaccinated people can take part in indoor, outdoor activities without mask, social distancing

According to the CDC's website, masks may still be required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States, and in US…

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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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COVID-19: Israel set to offer booster shot of Pfizer vaccine against Delta variant

As the cases of coronavirus increased due to wide spread of Delta variant, Israel has decided to vaccinate the vulnerable population with the third booster shot

Read Article

Official says, Israel negotiating Pfizer surplus with other countries

Israel launched in December one of the world's fastest vaccine drives and has since vaccinated nearly 90 per cent of people over the age of 50

Read Article

EU-approved vaccines effective against Delta variant in bloc, says EMA

The upbeat assessment came as the World Health Organization warned that the coronavirus variant first detected in India could fuel a new wave of cases in Europe

Read Article

Exclusive: Any vaccine is better than no vaccine, says Estonia Envoy

Estonia is the first country in Europe that has approved India-made Covishield and Covaxin on its national travel list

Read Article

Germany's COVID-19 vaccine CureVac disappoints in pivotal final trial, with only 48 per cent efficacy

The stakes for CureVac and prospective buyers of its vaccine in Europe had risen after age limits were imposed on the use of the Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines due to a link to…

Read Article

COVID-19: Mixing vaccines gives strong immune protection, Oxford study suggests

The study discovered significant differences in antibody levels against the virus based on the vaccinations administered.

Read Article

Fauci calls Delta variant 'greatest threat' to eradicating COVID-19 pandemic

Fauci said the Delta variant now makes up more than 20 per cent of all new cases in the US, nearly doubling from nearly 10 per cent two weeks ago

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

Covid, pregnancy, breastfeeding and vaccines: Let's help in breaking myths for new mothers

Pregnant women, if infected by coronavirus, are advised to intake a lot of fluids at normal temperature and go on complete bed rest to avoid tiring the body

Read Article

South Korea: Mayor apologises for falling prey to vaccine scam

Kwon Young-jin, who is critical of the government’s vaccine distribution, took some time to realise that Pfizer does not distribute vaccines through third parties

Read Article

Joe Biden made commitment to send vaccines to India, says US NSA

The US will be sharing a total of 80 million doses by the end of June. This represents 13 per cent of the total vaccines produced by the US by the end of this month

Read Article

India in talks with Pfizer, J&J, Moderna for local manufacturing of covid vaccines: FS Harsh Shringla

As of now only three vaccines have been given authorisation in India, namely Covishield (produced by Serum Institute of India), Covaxin (produced by Bharat Biotech) and Russia's Sputnik V

Read Article

Over 50 million Pfizer vaccines ready to be delivered to India; talks ongoing for 'partial indemnity'

Like other vaccines, Pfizer can also cause allergic reactions such as breathing difficulty, fast heartbeat, dizziness, and weakness

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

Germany to vaccinate children over 12 from June 7

The European Medicines Agency is expected to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab for 12 to 15-year-olds on Friday

Read Article

Russia-linked agency hires influencers to spread fake news about Pfizer vaccine

Several social media influencers and bloggers have claimed they have been contacted by a UK-based PR agency to spread rumours about the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer-BioNTech

Read Article

With decline in covid cases, Germany prepares for concerts, open-air gigs

According to data collated by the pubic health institute, Germany now stands at 64.5 cases per 100,000

Read Article

COVID-19 death toll in Canada surpasses grim mark of 25,000

More segments of the demographic in Canada are presently qualified for inoculations as the National Advisory Committee on Immunization or NACI has now suggested that the total two-jab regimen of…

Read Article

US: Fully vaccinated people can take part in indoor, outdoor activities without mask, social distancing

According to the CDC's website, masks may still be required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States, and in US…

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