Vaccination

S.Africa pulls two million doses of J&J vaccine

South Africa, which is struggling to roll out its inoculation programme as it enters a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic, said Sunday it will pull two million of doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine following contamination ...

Vaccination

AstraZeneca starts deliveries of Thailand-made vaccines

AstraZeneca's partner in Thailand on Wednesday began its first deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines after concerns they were behind on their production schedules for the country and parts of Southeast Asia.

Vaccination

EU, UK raise doubts about COVID weapons patent waiver

The EU, Britain and Japan continued to voice doubts at the WTO on Monday about a proposed intellectual property waiver on COVID-19 products such as vaccines, a Geneva trade official said.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

India tops 200,000 dead as virus surge breaks health system

India crossed a grim milestone Wednesday of 200,000 people lost to the coronavirus as a devastating surge of new infections tears through dense cities and rural areas alike and overwhelms health care systems on the brink ...

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