Within a day and for free: how the United States will distribute the vaccine against COVID-19 and who will receive it

The United States plans to begin distributing the COVID-19 vaccine within 24 hours of its approval. Writes about this USA Today. This is an ambitious goal in an already furiously evolving COVID-19 vaccine development and distribution program overseen by Bely ...

US COVID-19 vaccine causes 'unexplained illness' in test subject

AstraZeneca, one of the companies involved in the development of a coronavirus vaccine, has suspended its research due to the "unexplained illness" of one of the test participants. Writes about this USA Today. The company has suspended its clinical trials of a COVID-19 vaccine worldwide and is now investigating the collateral ...

Russian vaccine against COVID-19 went into circulation: scientists doubt the authenticity of the data about it

The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation said that the first batch of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine received permission to release and will soon appear in the country's regions. After that, mass vaccinations can begin, writes DW. The first batch of the Russian vaccine against coronavirus Sputnik V has been released into civilian circulation, ...

Results of tests of the Russian vaccine against COVID-19 published

The Lancet has published the official results of the first two phases of trials of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, developed by the N.F. Gorky National Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology. Gamalei. Preliminary evidence indicates that the vaccine provides a good antibody response and does not cause serious side effects. Writes about this ...

COVID-19 vaccine: how to become a volunteer and take part in trials

You don't need a M.D. or Ph.D. to take part in the global quest for a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine. Writes about this USA Today. Scientific companies and institutions are looking for tens of thousands of people to participate in vaccine trials. Than…

Coronavirus took 7 relatives from him: the story of the first American to test the COVID-19 vaccine

Researchers at Oxford University have begun the latest round of testing of their COVID-19 vaccine in the United States, an important step in the fight to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic. Writes about it CBS News. Oxford researchers in partnership with AstraZeneca on Friday, August 28, began introducing ...

China and Russia announced the imminent entry into the market of their own vaccines against COVID-19

China's COVID-19 vaccine could hit the market as early as late December. This was told by the secretary of the party committee, chairman of the board of directors of the state corporation Sinopharm Liu Jingzhen in an interview with Guanming Daily, writes "RBC". “After the completion of the third stage of international clinical trials ...

Why COVID-19 Vaccine May Not Work In Nearly Half Of Americans

Obesity has been a national epidemic in the United States for decades. But the coronavirus may have exacerbated its health risks. Some experts speculate that any COVID-19 vaccine that emerges may not work in obese people. Writes about this Money Talks News. Times ...

Russia announced the registration of the first vaccine against COVID-19: the world reacted with distrust

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday August 11 that Russia has approved the world's first coronavirus vaccine, highlighting its belief in the controversial drug. Putin said that one of his daughters had already experienced it on herself, writes the Telegraph. ...

The collapse of confidence: why Americans are afraid of the COVID-19 vaccine

Six months after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, cases are on the rise, small businesses are in decline, playgrounds are empty, and unemployment is 11%. The best hope to end this nightmare is a vaccine, and over 165 of them are in the pipeline.

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