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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth to get Covid-19 vaccine ‘in weeks’: reports

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II will receive the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine within weeks after UK regulators granted emergency approval and the world’s first roll-out begins...

Poor countries desperate for Covid vaccines may be outbid by richer neighbors

by Ivan Couronne Richard Hatchett, the head of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), is worried. His job is to ensure that future vaccines against...

Coronavirus update for July 25, 2020

As at 8 am, July 25, 2020: World count: 15,628,936 cases, 8,917,141 recoveries, 636,262 deaths There are now 15,628,936 confirmed cases of Covid-19 worldwide. The United States has the...

Morning brief: Coronavirus update for July 21, 2020

As of 7 am, July 21, 2020: World count: 14,608,517 cases, 8,201,516 recoveries, 608,420 deaths There are now 14,608,517 confirmed cases of Covid-19 worldwide. The United States...

Morning brief: Coronavirus update for June 23, 2020

As of 8 am, June 23, 2020: World count: Over 9 million cases around the globe 4,493,661 recoveries, 470,665 deaths There are now 9,057,555 confirmed cases of the Covid-19...

Morning brief: Coronavirus update for June 12, 2020

As of 8 am, June 12, 2020: World count: 7,487,676 cases, 3,523,386 recoveries, 420,236 deaths There are now 7,487,676 confirmed cases of the Covid-19 worldwide. The United States...

There are over 100 potential Covid-19 vaccines. TISG takes a look at the frontrunners.

Singapore—Scientists are racing to develop a viable vaccine for the coronavirus now present in 177 countries all over the world and which has caused...

The eight COVID-19 vaccines in clinical evaluation in the WHO Solidarity Trial

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues tearing its way across the globe, infecting more than 3.8 million people and claiming the lives of over 260,000,...

First COVID-19 experimental vaccine trial underway in the US

On Monday (Mar 16), the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in the United States announced that the first novel coronavirus vaccine...
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