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17 Aug, 2020

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19 Aug, 2020

Nations that hoard possible COVID-19 vaccines while excluding others will deepen the pandemic, World Health Organization.....

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20 Aug, 2020

MUMBAI (Reuters) - At least one in four people in India may have been infected with the coronavirus - a much higher numb.....

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21 Aug, 2020

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21 Aug, 2020

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24 Aug, 2020

The global coronavirus death toll surpassed 800,000 on Saturday, according to a Reuters tally, with the United States, B.....

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21 Aug, 2020

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29 Aug, 2020

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29 Aug, 2020

Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ.N) Janssen unit will begin mid-stage trials for its coronavirus vaccine in Spain, the.....

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29 Aug, 2020

GENEVA - Wealthier countries that join the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 vaccine plan are being offered a n.....

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30 Aug, 2020

 Global coronavirus cases surged past 25 million on Sunday, according to a Reuters tally, as India marked a worldwi.....

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30 Aug, 2020

 India on Sunday reported the biggest single-day jump in coronavirus infections of any nation in the COVID-19 pande.....

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18 Aug, 2020

Earlier this year, a study led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine provided strong evidence that hundreds of deceas.....

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1 Sep, 2020

As the race to develop a vaccine against COVID-19 rages on, some researchers are focused on a short-term way to treat pe.....

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1 Sep, 2020

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3 Sept, 2020

The WHO's clinical care lead, Janet Diaz, said the agency had updated its advice to include a 'strong recommenda.....

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03 Sept, 2020

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Late-stage studies of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate are on temporary hold while the company investigate.....

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12 Sept 2020

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13 Sept, 2020

NEW YORK: As questions mount over whether the United States will authorize a coronavirus vaccine ahead of November elect.....

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15 Sept, 2020

Bill Gates expressed confidence that a coronavirus vaccine will be available by 2021. But he remains concerned that dose.....

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The UK trial of a leading coronavirus vaccine, which was abruptly halted because of safety concerns, restarted on Saturd.....

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16 Sept, 2020

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17 Sept 2020

WASHINGTON : Gilead Science Inc's antiviral drug remdesivir was granted emergency use authorization by the U.S. Food.....

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18 Sept, 2020

The final statistics are in for America's last flu season, and the news is good: Record low rates of influenza&.....

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18 Sept, 2020

U.S. President Donald Trump and the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday disagreed .....

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24 Sept, 2020

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26 Sept, 2020

WASHINGTON : The US pharmaceutical and medical device company Johnson and Johnson has developed a vaccine that in the ea.....

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29 Sept, 2020

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30 Sept, 2020

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08 Oct, 2020

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09 Oct, 2020

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12 Oct, 2020

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14 Oct, 2020

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19 Oct, 2020

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22 Oct, 2020

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23 Oct, 2020

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26 Oct, 2020

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26 Oct, 2020

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28 Oct, 2020

PARIS (Reuters) - French drugmaker Sanofi SASY.PA and Britain's GlaxoSmithKline GSK.L will supply 200 million doses .....

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Novavax delays U.S. trial of COVID-19 va
28 Oct, 2020

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29 Oct, 2020

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Japan's Takeda to import 50 million dose
29 Oct, 2020

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30 Oct, 2020

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02 Nov, 2020

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1 Dec 2020

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03 Dec, 2020

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India’s daily rise in coronavirus infections stayed below 40,000 for a fourth straight day, a.....

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04 Dec, 2020

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Moderna to supply up to 125 million COVI
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07 Dec, 2020

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Serum likely to supply COVID-19 vaccine
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12 Dec 2020

The United States said it authorized the use of Pfizer Inc’s COVID-19 vaccine on Friday, with the first inoculatio.....

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12 Dec 2020

India will deploy its vast election machinery to deliver 600 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to the most vulnerable p.....

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14 Dec, 2020

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India may need to spend $1.8 billion on
17 Dec, 2020

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17 Dec, 2020

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18 Dec, 2020

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19 Dec 2020

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22 Dec, 2020

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22 Dec, 2020

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23 Dec, 2020

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24 Dec, 2020

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26 Dec 2020

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01 Jan, 2021

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Drugmakers including Pfizer Inc, Sanofi SA, and GlaxoSmithKline Plc plan to raise U.S. prices on mo.....

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India drug regulator approves AstraZenec
02 Jan, 2021

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India’s drug regulator on Friday approved a coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and.....

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A Brazilian association of private health clinics said Sunday it was negotiating with Indian pharmaceutical firm Bharat .....

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05 Jan, 2021

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The head of the World Health Organization said on Friday there is a “clear problem” that low- and middle-inc.....

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14 Jan, 2021

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19 Jan, 2021

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22 Jan, 2021

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25 Jan, 2021

(Reuters) - Tata Group’s healthcare venture is said to have started initial discussions with Moderna Inc for a par.....

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27 Jan, 2021

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30 Jan, 2021

(Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson said on Friday that its single-dose vaccine was 66% effective in preventing COVID-19 i.....

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Patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), the most common form of acute leukemia in adults, that has gone into remissi.....

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Geneva: The UK COVID-19 variant has now spread to 82 countries and the South African strain to nearly 40, Maria Van Kerk.....

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04 Feb, 2021

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India’s Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd will seek emergency-use authorisation for Russia&.....

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Pfizer Inc said on Friday it had withdrawn an application for emergency-use authorisation of its C.....

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08 Feb, 2021

New Delhi, Feb 7 (PTI) India has become the third topmost country in the world in terms of the number of COVID-19 vaccin.....

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12 Feb, 2021

BETHESDA, Md. (Reuters) - President Joe Biden said on Thursday the United States would not have enough coronavirus vacci.....

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19 Feb, 2021

The World Health Organization says it will be sending more than 11,000 Ebola vaccinations to the West African nation of .....

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02 March, 2021

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09 March, 2021

A new study of the U.K. and South Africa variants of SARS-CoV-2 predicts that current vaccines and certain monoclonal an.....

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13 March, 2021

The US will provide financial assistance to support Indian drug-maker Biological E’s effort to produce at least 1 .....

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13 March, 2021

A new study from the University of California, Irvine shows that compounds in both green and black tea relax blood vesse.....

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18 March, 2021

Covid-19 appears likely to develop into a seasonal disease, the United Nations said Thursday, cautioning though against .....

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22 March, 2021

NEW DELHI : The Serum Institute of India (SII) has told Brazil, Saudi Arabia and Morocco that further supplies of t.....

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Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine protect
01 April 2021

One key question is the dosage: Pfizer gave the 12-and-older participants the same dose adults receive, while testing di.....

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06 April 2021

Drug firm Zydus Cadila on Monday said it has sought approval from the domestic drug regulator Drugs Controller General o.....

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10 April 2021

Johnson & Johnson is in touch with the central government to start clinical trial of its much awaited single-dose CO.....

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13 April 2021

Dozens of Americans are rolling up their sleeves for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine — this time, shots tweaked t.....

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15 April 2021

The developer of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine said Wednesday its jab did not cause blood clots, a potentia.....

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NEW DELHI : The second surge of COVID-19 cases in India has swamped hospitals much faster than the first because muta.....

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16 April 2021

India’s drug regulator will take a decision on applications seeking approval for restricted emergency use of forei.....

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17 April 2021

The European Union has not decided yet whether to sign new contracts for COVID-19 vaccines with AstraZeneca and Johnson .....

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28 April 2021

Vital medical supplies began to reach India on Tuesday as hospitals starved of life-saving oxygen and beds turned away c.....

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WHO to provide 4,000 oxygen concentrator
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The World Health Organization (WHO) will provide 4,000 oxygen concentrators to India which is experiencing a surge in Co.....

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India to receive first batch of Russia C
28 April 2021

MOSCOW: India will receive a first batch of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine against Covid-19 on May 1, the head of the Ru.....

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New Delhi: Drug firm MSD has decided to enter into voluntary licensing agreements for investigational oral antiviral dru.....

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WHO says rush to hospitals worsens India
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India’s new coronavirus cases have stayed above 300,000 for a sixth consecutive day on Tuesday, while its armed fo.....

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11 May, 2021

Geneva, May 10, 2021 -Schools and stores reopened in parts of Europe on Monday, easing out of months of Covid-19 lockdow.....

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19 May, 2021

India's Biological E. will produce the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine alongside its own candidate, its manag.....

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22 May, 2021

American pharmaceutical company Pfizer and German company BioNTech pledged Friday to deliver 2 billion doses of their CO.....

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Drug major Glenmark Pharma on Monday said it has received final approval from the US health regulator for Icatibant Inje.....

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Johnson and Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine to be manufactured in India by Biological E cannot be directly channelled to .....

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The United States and other countries called Tuesday for a more in-depth investigation of the pandemic origins, after an.....

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AstraZeneca's top-selling Tagrisso drug has been approved for use in the European Union to treat patients with a typ.....

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The United States and Britain are stepping up calls for the World Health Organisation to take a deeper look into the pos.....

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Glenmark Pharma on Tuesday announced the launch of anti-epileptic drug Rufinamide tablets in the US market. Glenmark Pha.....

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London: Britain's medicines regulator said on Friday it had approved the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and Bi.....

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Confident of the availability of Covid-19 vaccines in the country, the Biden Administration has removed Defense Producti.....

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U.S. regulators have approved Biogen Inc's aducanumab as the first treatment to attack a likely cause of Alzheimer&#.....

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Top government officials, leaders from the industry and academicians from India and the US would take part in the annual.....

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Speaking at a White House briefing on COVID-19 on Tuesday, Fauci said the variant, which was first identified in India, .....

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A big rise in infections in April and May, driven largely by the more infectious and dangerous Delta variant, brought In.....

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The United States on Tuesday said that it is ready to ship its COVID-19 vaccines expeditiously when it has the green lig.....

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A government panel approved the plan putting Saitama, Kanagawa and Chiba, as well as Osaka, under the state of emergency.....

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The human body is essentially made up of trillions of living cells. It ages as its cells age, which happens when those c.....

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U.S. shipping more than 560,000 COVID va
13 Aug, 2021

The United States has started shipping nearly 569,000 Pfizer (PFE.N) COVID-19 vaccine doses to member countries of the C.....

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COVID-19: Pfizer, Moderna seen reaping b
14 Aug, 2021

Drugmakers Pfizer Inc, BioNTech and Moderna Inc are expected to reap billions of dollars from COVID-19 booster shots in .....

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Pfizer submits data for third dose appro
18 Aug, 2021

WASHINGTON: Pfizer and BioNTech on Monday submitted preliminary clinical data to US health authorities as part of their .....

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U.S. FDA aims to give full approval to P
21 Aug, 2021

Regulators were aiming to complete the process by Friday, but were still working through “a substantial amount of .....

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Taiwan's president leads way in first do
23 Aug, 2021

President Tsai Ing-wen got vaccinated with Taiwan's first domestically developed COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, giving .....

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Moderna withholds 1.63 million COVID-19
26 Aug, 2021

Moderna Inc said on Wednesday it has withheld supply of about 1.63 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine in Japan after .....

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Uneven COVID-19 vaccine distribution may
28 Aug, 2021

While the global economy is still growing, the uneven distribution of vaccines is widening disparities as rich countries.....

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U.S. vaccine advisers unanimously favor
31 Aug, 2021

An advisory panel to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday unanimously recommended the Pfi.....

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Moderna seeks EU authorization for COVID
04/09/2021

(Reuters) -Moderna Inc said on Friday it had asked the EU drugs regulator for conditional approval of a booster shot of .....

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Israel to present COVID-19 booster shot
06/09/2021

JERUSALEM, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Israel this month will present data from an extensive rollout of COVID-19 vaccine booster .....

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WHO chief urges halt to booster shots fo
09/09/2021

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also said Wednesday he was ‘appalled’ at comments by a leadi.....

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G20 health ministers agree on vaccine co
10/09/2021

The G20 health ministers' meeting in Italy this week is focused on building on strong cooperation and collaboration .....

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Pfizer, BioNTech say trials find COVID v
21/09/2021

Children aged five to 11 years were given a two-dose regimen of 10 microgrammes (µg) administered 21 days apart, a.....

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U.S. CDC advisers back COVID-19 booster
24/09/2021

A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory panel on Thursday recommended a booster shot of the Pfi.....

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India tells Quad will allow export of 8
25/09/2021

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told fellow leaders of the Quad partnership on Friday India will allow the export of.....

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U.S. FDA approves AbbVie's migraine prev
29/09/2021

AbbVie Inc said on Tuesday the U.S. health regulator approved its once-daily oral medicine for preventive treatment of m.....

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AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine shows 74% e
30/09/2021

AstraZeneca Plc's (AZN.L) COVID-19 vaccine demonstrated 74% efficacy at preventing symptomatic disease, a figure tha.....

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Amid COVID-19 booster data dilemma, EU n
04/10/2021

A patchwork of campaigns for an extra COVID-19 shot are being rolled out across the European Union even before the regio.....

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Merck COVID-19 pill sparks calls for acc
18/10/2021

The plan to roll out Merck & Co’s promising antiviral pill to treat COVID-19 risks repeating the inequities of.....

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EXCLUSIVE WHO-led program aims to buy an
19/10/2021

A World Health Organization-led programme to ensure poorer countries get fair access to COVID-19 vaccines, tests and tre.....

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U.S. surgeons successfully test pig kidn
21/10/2021

For the first time, a pig kidney has been transplanted into a human without triggering immediate rejection by the recipi.....

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U.S. FDA clears Moderna, J&J COVID-19 bo
21/10/2021

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday authorized booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccines from Moderna Inc (M.....

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India, Australia working side by side to
23/10/2021

India and Australia are working side by side in the Quad grouping to expand vaccine access across the Indo-Pacific, Aust.....

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S.Africa Aspen aims to sharply increase
26/10/2021

South Africa’s Aspen Pharmacare is aiming to ramp up its COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing capacity to 1.3 billion do.....

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U.S. FDA advisers back Pfizer/BioNTech C
27/10/2021

An expert panel on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to recommend the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorize the Pfizer .....

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U.S. gives 1.5 million more COVID-19 vac
01/11/2021

The United States is delivering an additional 1.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Taiwan, a senior U.S. administration.....

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Analysis: COVID-19 pills are coming, but
09/11/2021

Oral antiviral pills from Merck & Co (MRK.N) and Pfizer Inc (PFE.N)/BioNTech SE have been shown to significantly blu.....

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Covid-19: 96 countries recognise Indias
10/11/2021

Ninety-six countries have agreed to Mutual Acceptance of Vaccination Certificates, reflecting the worldwide acceptance o.....

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APEC affirms stand against vaccine natio
10/11/2021

Members of Asia-Pacific trade group APEC have reiterated a "strong stance" against vaccine nationalism to supp.....

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WHO: Coronavirus cases declining everywh
11/11/2021

The World Health Organisation reported Wednesday that coronavirus deaths rose by 10% in Europe in the past week, making .....

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Indias Dr. Reddys open to making Pfizer
16/10/2021

Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, one of a handful of Indian drug companies licensed to make a new COVID-19 pill developed b.....

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India logs slimmest rise in COVID-19 cas
24/11/2021

India reported 7,579 new coronavirus infections on Tuesday, the smallest rise in one-and-a-half-years despite huge festi.....

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Fall in COVID-19 testing worries Indian
25/11/2021

An alarming fall in testing for COVID-19 threatens to undermine India's efforts to contain the pandemic, the federal.....

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World races to contain new COVID threat,
27/11/2021

Nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the world raced Friday to contain a new coronavirus variant potentially mor.....

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New US restrictions amid Omicron covid v
30/11/2021

The United States is unlikely to impose further restrictions amid the anticipated arrival of the Omicron COVID-19 varian.....

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India advises states to step up COVID te
01/12/2021

India's health ministry said on Tuesday states should ramp up COVID-19 testing as the world battles the new coronavi.....

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First Omicron case in U.S. adds to globa
02/12/2021

Fears over the impact of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus rose on Thursday after the first case was reported in th.....

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Omicron v. delta: Battle of coronavirus
07/12/2021

As the omicron coronavirus variant spreads in southern Africa and pops up in countries all around the world, scientists .....

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WHO: Omicron could spread faster but it&
09/12/2021

The World Health Organization says early evidence suggests the omicron variant may be spreading faster than the highly t.....

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Pfizer files for full FDA approval of CO
17/12/2021

Pfizer Inc and its German partner BioNTech SE said on Thursday they have filed for full approval of their COVID-19 vacci.....

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20/12/2021

The Omicron virus is raging across the world as the winter holiday season approaches, making COVID-19 vaccinations and b.....

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New U.S. push for vaccines, boosters to
20/12/2021

U.S. health officials urged Americans on Sunday to get booster shots, wear masks and be careful if they travel over the .....

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India's capital bans Christmas, New Year
23/12/2021

India's capital New Delhi on Wednesday banned Christmas and other celebrations ahead of New Year to contain a possib.....

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India to give COVID-19 booster shots to
26/12/2021

India will start administering COVID-19 booster shots as a precautionary measure to healthcare and frontline workers fro.....

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07/01/2022

United Nations/Geneva, Jan 6 (PTI) The number of new COVID-19 cases increased exponentially by 71 per cent globally duri.....

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India's COVID-19 cases set for new highs
07/01/2022

India's daily COVID-19 cases jumped to 117,100 on Friday, a five-fold increase in a week and on course to overtake i.....

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Rapid testing for Omicron: is a nose swa
11/01/2022

The fast-spreading Omicron variant has made us more reliant on rapid at-home antigen tests to tell us if we have COVID-1.....

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India's new COVID-19 cases hit eight-mon
20/01/2022

India reported new coronavirus infections at an eight-month high on Wednesday and a government scientist warned it will .....

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Kerala govt imposes fresh restrictions t
21/01/2021

The Kerala government on Thursday imposed fresh restrictions in the state as a preventive measure to contain the rising .....

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India's richest state set to reopen scho
21/01/2022

India's wealthiest state will reopen schools next week, its education minister said on Thursday, as new cases of the.....

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25/01/2022

India's COVID-19 infections, led by the Omicron variant, may see a sharp rise in the coming weeks, some top experts .....

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Australia suffers deadliest day of pande
28/01/2022

Australia suffered its deadliest day of the COVID-19 pandemic on Friday with nearly 100 deaths, but several large states.....

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Omicron drives US deaths higher than in
29/01/2022

Omicron, the highly contagious coronavirus variant sweeping across the country, is driving the daily American death toll.....

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Explained-Scientists on alert over risin
31/01/2022

The highly transmissible Omicron variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus – the most common form of which is known as BA.1 .....

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Explained-Scientists on alert over risin
01/02/2022

The highly transmissible Omicron variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus – the most common form of which is known as BA.1 .....

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US lawmakers urge Biden administration t
04/02/2022

A group of prominent American lawmakers wrote to President Joe Biden to ensure global supply and distribution of COVID-1.....

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WHO: Global Covid-19 case count declines
10/02/2022

The World Health Organisation says coronavirus case counts fell 17 per cent worldwide over the last week compared to the.....

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WHO says quarantine can be shortened in
18/02/2022

The World Health Organization said on Thursday countries struggling with surging COVID-19 infections may shorten the rec.....

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U.S. eases COVID indoor mask guidelines
26/02/2022

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday dramatically eased its COVID-19 guidelines for masks.....

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WHO says it advised Ukraine to destroy p
11//03/2022

The World Health Organization advised Ukraine to destroy high-threat pathogens housed in the country's public health.....

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Factbox: Bird flu spreads on U.S. poultr
11/03/2022

The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported outbreaks of a highly lethal type of bird flu in commercial flocks in Maryla.....

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U.S., EU, India, S.Africa reach compromi
16/03/2022

The United States, European Union, India and South Africa have reached a consensus on key elements of a long-sought inte.....

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AstraZeneca COVID drug neutralizes Omicr
22/03/2022

AstraZeneca said its antibody-based cocktail to prevent and treat COVID-19 was shown to retain neutralising activity aga.....

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Covid-19: Hong Kong to halve flight-ban
28/03/2022

Hong Kong said on Sunday it is shortening the ban on airlines that are found to have carried three or more passengers wh.....

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U.S. authorizes second COVID booster for
30/03/2022

U.S. health officials on Tuesday authorized a second COVID-19 booster dose of the two most commonly used COVID-19 vaccin.....

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Explainer: Omicron 'stealth' COVID varia
30/03/2022

A sub-variant of the highly transmissible Omicron version of coronavirus known as BA.2 is now dominant worldwide, prompt.....

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05/04/2022

Bats can be the reason behind the spread of most virulent and contagious viruses, finds researchers. A study conducted b.....

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Second booster shields elderly from COVI
06/04/2022

A fourth dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine lowered rates of COVID-19 among the elderly but the protection against infe.....

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China labels U.S. concerns over COVID re
11/04/2022

China’s foreign ministry expressed “strong dissatisfaction” with the United States late on Saturday af.....

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Japan reports first case of COVID varian
13/04/2022

The Japanese health ministry on Monday reported the country's first case of coronavirus variant XE, in a woman who a.....

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WHO: COVID cases and deaths fall for 3rd
14/04/2022

The number of new coronavirus cases and deaths reported to the World Health Organization fell for a third consecutive we.....

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New COVID-19 vaccine, CoVac-1, offers be
14/04/2022

A new COVID-19 vaccine has shown signs of inducing strong immune response especially in immonocompromised patients inclu.....

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U.S. renews COVID-19 public health emerg
14/04/2022

The United States on Wednesday renewed the COVID-19 public health emergency, allowing millions of Americans to keep gett.....

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Data shows India's Ahmedabad may have ma
15/04/2022

When COVID-19 infections peaked in India in April and May last year, the western city of Ahmedabad officially recorded a.....

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16/04/2022

Even with Covid-19 cases falling drastically in many countries that were once hotspots for the virus, some cities like C.....

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Omicron BA.2 overall makes up more than
20/04/2022

The BA.2 sub-variant of Omicron and its sublineage BA.2.12.1 is estimated to make up more than 90% of the coronavirus va.....

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U.S. child vaccination rates dip during
22/04/2022

Child vaccination rates in the United States fell during the COVID-19 pandemic as many children skipped doctors appointm.....

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WHO says at least one child has died aft
25/04/2022

The World Health Organization said on Saturday that at least one child death had been reported following an increase of .....

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More Beijing classes go online in tighte
29/04/2022

Beijing shifted more classes online Thursday in a further tightening of COVID-19 restrictions, as China’s capital .....

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AstraZeneca says its COVID shot has mark
30/04/2022

AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine still has market potential despite an expected global oversupply of shots and de.....

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India releases 2020 death data ahead of
04/05/2022

India registered about 475,000 more total deaths in 2020 than the previous year, government data released months ahead o.....

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Omicron as severe as previous COVID vari
05/05/2022

The Omicron variant of the SARS-CoV2 virus is intrinsically as severe as previous variants, unlike assumptions made in p.....

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Nothing dramatic in total death data: In
05/05/2022

The central government on Tuesday revealed that the country registered about 475,000 more total deaths in 2020 than the .....

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Cancer diagnosis a year before infection
10/05/2022

The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corr.....

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Scientists isolate Europe based virus to
11/05/2022

Scientists have isolated a Europe-based virus associated with world’s deadliest viruses and averted a potential pa.....

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WHO chief says China's zero-COVID policy
11/05/2022

The head of the World Health Organization said on Tuesday China's zero-tolerance COVID-19 policy is not sustainable .....

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WHO says monkeypox 'containable' as more
25/05/2022

The outbreak of monkeypox cases outside of Africa can be contained, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday, as mo.....

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Failure to share COVID-19 vaccines with
26/05/2022

United Nations Under-Secretary-General Winnie Byanyima on Wednesday said denying life-saving COVID-19 vaccines to people.....

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U.S. confirms 9 monkeypox cases in 7 sta
27/05/2022

The United States on Thursday said it had identified nine monkeypox cases in seven states, some in individuals who did n.....

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New WHO panel to speed up pandemic respo
31/05/2022

The World Health Organization's governing board agreed on Monday to form a new committee to help speed up its respon.....

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India takes caution as Health Ministry i
01/06/2022

The Union Health Ministry on Tuesday issued first set of guidelines regarding the Monkeypox virus that continues to spre.....

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Japan study shows women more likely to g
02/06/2022

A study in Japan found that women were significantly more likely than men to develop rash-like side effects after a firs.....

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U.S. FDA flags risk of heart inflammatio
04/06/2022

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration hasraised concerns about a possible risk of heart inflammation from Novavax Inc.....

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J&J gives notice to terminate Em
07/06/2022

Johnson & Johnson said on Monday it had formally informed Emergent BioSolutions Inc of its decision to ter.....

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Novavax says COVID vaccine for U.S. to b
08/06/2022

Novavax Inc said on Tuesday that its COVID-19 vaccine initially available in the United States, if authorized, will be m.....

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Moderna says Omicron-targeted COVID shot
09/06/2022

Moderna Inc said on Wednesday a new version of its coronavirus vaccine produced a better immune response against Om.....

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U.S. seeks to expand monkeypox testing a
11/06/2022

U.S. health officials are working to expand capabilities to test for monkeypox beyond a narrow group of public health la.....

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U.S. FDA advisers overwhelmingly back Mo
15/06/2022

Advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday unanimously recommended that the agency authorize Moderna I.....

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Omicron sub-variants BA.4, BA.5 account
15/06/2022

The BA.4 and BA.5 sub-variants of Omicron are estimated to make up about 8.3% and 13.3% of the coronavirus variants in t.....

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US announces USD 122 million fund for In
17/06/2022

The United States has announced a funding of USD 122 million to top three Indian medical research institutions to preven.....

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Early Omicron infection unlikely to prot
20/06/2022

People infected with the earliest version of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, first identified in South Africa in.....

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COVID vaccine rollout for U.S. children
20/06/2022

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Saturday recommended COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as s.....

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Nearly 1 in 5 adults who had COVID have
23/06/2022

Nearly 1 in 5 American adults who reported having COVID-19 in the past are still having symptoms of long COVID, accordin.....

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SII seeks nod to export 32.4 lakh doses
01/07/2022

The Serum Institute has sought the Centre’s approval to export 32.4 lakh doses of the COVID-19 jab Covovax under t.....

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Moderna to advance two Omicron vaccine c
12/07/2022

Moderna Inc said on Monday it was advancing two Omicron vaccine candidates for the fall, one designed against the B.....

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As silent Covid wave sweeps America, Whi
14/07/2022

The White House said on Tuesday it will ensure Americans continue to have easy access to COVID-19 vaccines, treatments a.....

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WHO again considers declaring monkeypox
22/07/2022

As the World Health Organisation’s emergency committee convenes Thursday to consider for the second time within we.....

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US declares public health emergency over
06/08/2022

The federal government declared a public health emergency Thursday to bolster the response to the monkeypox outbreak tha.....

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Explained- Monkeypox in the US: Where co
08/08/2022

The United States declared monkeypox a public health emergency last week, an effort to bolster the U.S. response to cont.....

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US allows alternate monkeypox vaccine in
10/08/2022

U.S. health regulators have authorized injecting a monkeypox vaccine intradermally in adults, meaning between layers of .....

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Singapore eases COVID-19 restrictions, m
25/08/2022

Singapore on Wednesday relaxed its social-mixing restrictions on COVID-19 and said that wearing masks won’t be man.....

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COVID-19 drives down US life expectancy
01/09/2022

Life expectancy fell in the United States in 2021 for the second year in a row to its lowest level since 1996, driven by.....

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Assam to use portable device 'SAANS' to
23/09/2022

Following the success of a pilot project to reduce neonatal mortality with special equipment 'SAANS', the Assam .....

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India US healthcare cooperation set to b
13/10/2022

The healthcare cooperation between India and the United States is set to be taken to a new level, New Delhi's top en.....

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U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs Novartis, all
14/10/2022

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday turned down Novartis' bid to block the launch of generic versions of the company&.....

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Accessible data, tech for care delivery
17/10/2022

Making data more accessible and including technology for efficient care delivery can help in the digital transformation .....

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Falling demand for COVID boosters puts p
21/10/2022

With most Americans delaying or skipping new COVID-19 booster shots, analysts and investors are now predicting far fewer.....

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