By Rory Horner The Indian embassy in Iran recently celebrated the arrival of 1 million doses of Covaxin, a Covid vaccine developed in India by...
One of the Barbie dolls is modelled after Dame Sarah Gilbert who designed the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine which is the widely used vaccine for coronavirus in the world.
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The booster shot, named AZD2816, will be administered to individuals who have previously been fully vaccinated with two doses of AstraZeneca vaccine
Sri Lanka is facing a severe shortage of AstraZeneca vaccines as the producer in the neighbouring India failed to provide the promised stock due to the crisis in that country.
Indian envoy urges the NRIs to opt for Covishield vaccines since it was one of the approved vaccines in Saudi Arabia
A million doses from the institute, which had already been delivered, have been sold on to other countries in the African Union.
According to the WHO's statistics, as of Wednesday, at least 2.6 million people have died of Covid-19 worldwide.
Vaccine hesitant people may have anxiety over safety concerns, or they might belong to a community that historically has mistrusted the medical establishment, according to the study.
Investigators said the vaccine was effective across all ages, including older people — which previous studies in other countries had failed to establish.
Taiwan has signed contracts securing 10 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, 5.05 million doses of the Moderna vaccine, and 4.76 million doses of vaccines through COVAX.
The move paved the way for more than a dozen European countries, which had suspended use of the shot over the past week, to begin using it again.
Germany, France, Italy and Spain were among countries that suspended use of the vaccine on Monday.
Thailand last week was the first country outside Europe to temporarily suspend using the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The Health Ministry said the decision was taken as a precaution and on the advice of Germany's national vaccine regulator, the Paul Ehrlich Institute, which called for further investigation of the cases.
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