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Pfizer/BioNTech to seek emergency vaccine approval in US Friday

Washington, United States | AFP | Friday 11/20/2020 An emergency use authorization request for the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech was expected to...

S’pore could have a Covid-19 vaccine by early 2021, pharma says

SINGAPORE – Singapore could possibly have a Covid-19 vaccine by early next year. A report in The Straits Times explained the preliminary shipment of the...

WHO does not expect a viable Covid-19 vaccine until early next year

Geneva (Switzerland) -- A World Health Organization (WHO) expert said on Wednesday (July 22) that researchers have made "good progress" in developing vaccines to use...

PM Lee talks about “vaccine multilateralism” in #GlobalGoalUnite summit

SINGAPORE – PM Lee Hsien Loong participated in a virtual summit for Global Goal: Unite for Our Future on June 27 (Sat) where he...

Proposed Covid-19 vaccine: US biotech firm starts second phase of tests

In the international race to develop a Covid-19 vaccine, American biotech company Moderna Inc has now entered Phase II of its clinical trials for...

Scientists at Oxford to begin human trials for Covid-19 vaccine on April 23

Viruses have long since been thorns in the flesh of the human race. With new mutations and strains being identified here and there, the...

Singaporean scientists claim to have found a way to expedite testing process of prospective...

In the race to find a Covid-19 vaccine, Singaporean scientists claim to have developed a process that expedites the process of evaluating possible vaccines...

Chinese health officials say Covid-19 vaccine may be ready next month for emergency use

The vaccines in development for the novel coronavirus are on track and could be ready for emergency and clinical research as early as next...

WHO director urges use of dengvaxia vaccine against dengue fever

It is now 2019, and countries have yet to determine a lasting preventive solution for dengue fever. Just in Singapore alone, more than 2,000...
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