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Boris Johnson Government Under Spotlight As Covid Cases Rise Again In UK
Coronavirus: For two weeks, the number of new cases in Britain has wavered between 35,000 and 40,000 a day.
Prof Sarah Gilbert, Covid vaccine creator: Now let’s take on 12 more diseases
Medical science has transformed the pandemic, and the experimental technologies that helped develop vaccines in record time have strapped rocket boosters to scientific ambitions. Could we be entering a golden age of new vaccines?
Vaccine Mix-And-Match Approach Bolsters Antibodies, Says Study
The US government-sponsored trial is the first major US study to compare the effects of using different vaccines as boosters from the initial shot or shots.
What we know about Covid-19 jabs for kids
In Israel, more than half of those over 12 years old and some younger children have had a single dose of Covid-19 vaccine – with a few already onto booster jabs. What can we learn from this?
Iceland Suspends Moderna Covid Vaccine Over Heart-Inflammation Fears
"As the supply of Pfizer vaccine is sufficient in the territory ... the chief epidemiologist has decided not to use the Moderna vaccine in Iceland," said a statement published on the website of the Health Directorate.
Pfizer Seeks US Authorization Of Covid Vaccine For Ages 5-11
Children have been infected in greater numbers in the latest coronavirus wave driven by the Delta variant, and inoculating young people is seen as key to keeping schools open and helping end the pandemic.
Sweden halts use of Moderna’s Covid vaccine for younger adults amid concerns over rare heart inflammation side effect
The Swedish Public Health Agency has decided to suspend offering Moderna’s Covid vaccine to anyone born in 1991 and later for precautionary reasons, citing the slightly increased risk of heart inflammation following inoculation.
Sweden, Denmark pause Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for younger age groups
Sweden and Denmark said on Wednesday they are pausing the use of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for younger age groups after reports of possible rare cardiovascular side effects.
Spain To Give Third Dose Of Covid Vaccine To 70 Year-Olds
The National Public Health Commission has decided to offer the booster jab vaccinations from late October to elderly people who received a second vaccine dose more than six months ago, the ministry said in a statement.
BioNTech CEO Says New Covid Vaccines Will Be Needed in 2022
The head of Germany’s BioNTech SE, which developed the first Covid-19 vaccine along with Pfizer Inc., said a new formula will probably be needed by mid-2022 to protect against future virus mutations.
Another 170,000 Pfizer jabs delivered to Hungary
More than 170,000 doses of the COVID vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech were delivered to Hungary during the week, the local unit of Pfizer said, according to portfolio.hu.
European Union To Decide On Covid Booster Shot Next Month
An European Medicines Agency expert also said the "evidence was becoming clearer" on the need for boosters shortly after the first jabs for people with weakened immune systems.
Covid-19: How effective is a third vaccine dose?
From squandering global vaccine supplies to the possibility of undermining immunity from the first two doses, booster programmes are a surprisingly complicated business.
UK study to test MIXED Covid vaccines on children & teens to determine best approach for 2nd doses
British researchers are set to study the effects of mixed vaccine schedules on children and teens, hoping to figure out whether second doses have the intended immune response in youths amid concerns of possible side effects.
Brazil Wants To Halt Teen Shots After 1 Death, Health Agency Says No Proof
Sao Paulo state, the country's most populous, said it has already vaccinated nearly 2.5 million people under 18 years old.
UK would not have greenlighted French Valneva Covid vaccine, health secretary says after contract canceled
Britain cancelled its contract for some 100 million vaccines made by French biotech company Valneva in part because it became apparent the jab would not have been greenlighted for use, the UK’s health secretary has revealed.
Classified: Ursula von der Leyen’s draft State of the European Union speech (kind of)
This document was found rolled up in a trash bin near Schuman roundabout. None of its contents could be verified.
Israel's COVID-19 surge shows the world what's coming next
Infections jumped because of the prevalence of cases among the unvaccinated
Rich states should stop hoarding Covid vaccines for boosters not yet backed by science, redirect jabs to Africa – African Union
Wealthy states should send their Covid jabs to under-vaccinated Africa rather than stashing doses away for booster shots which are not yet proven to be necessary, the African Union’s (AU) top health official has said.
Moderna developing two-in-one booster shot for Covid-19 and flu
Moderna has announced that it is developing a single-dose vaccine to bring to the market that will combine a two-in-one booster shot that protects against both Covid-19 and flu.
EU and AstraZeneca end row over vaccine rollout
A potential legal row between the EU and drug company AstraZeneca has been avoided after the firm agreed to deliver 200 million doses of its coronavirus vaccine.
Israel’s grand booster vaccine experiment as the world watches on
As Covid cases spike, Israel is embarking upon the world’s first vaccine booster programme. Will it work - and what happens if it doesn’t? By Anshel Pfeffer
Woman in New Zealand dies from heart inflammation following Pfizer jab
The woman developed myocarditis — a known, rare side effect of mRNA COVID-19 vaccination.
Budapest mural pays tribute to Katalin Kariko
Katalin Kariko, the Hungarian-born scientist who laid the groundwork for the mRNA vaccines fighting COVID-19, has been recognized in her homeland in the form of a huge mural in central Budapest.
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