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Vaccine race: Test subjects could be exposed to Covid in January

Test subjects could be exposed to the new coronavirus in controlled settings from January in a bid to speed up vaccine development, officials have...

New legal changes announced to support UK-wide Covid-19 vaccine rollout

New laws allowing more healthcare workers to administer flu and potential Covid-19 vaccines have been introduced by the Government. The measures will help in the...

Covid-19 vaccine ‘might not be enough’ if conspiracy theories are unchallenged

Developing a working Covid-19 vaccine “might not be enough” to end the pandemic unless steps are taken by governments and technology firms to tackle...

Second Covid vaccine trial paused over unexplained illness

A late-stage study of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine candidate has been paused while the company investigates whether a study participant’s “unexplained illness” is...

Madrid begins partial virus lockdown amid political battle

Madrid is tackling its first day under a partial lockdown, with police controlling travel in and out of the Spanish capital that has become...

Covid-19 vaccine could be available to some before the end of the year says UK scientific adviser

Small amounts of a coronavirus vaccine could be made available to certain groups of people before the end of the year, according to the...

Covid vaccine trial paused after side-effect reported in UK patient

Trials of a Covid-19 vaccine under development by AstraZeneca and Oxford University have been put on hold owing to a reported side-effect in a...

Coronavirus vaccine registered in Russia, says Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin says a coronavirus vaccine developed in the country has been registered for use and one of his daughters has already...

GSK throws £130m behind innovative vaccine developer CureVac

British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline has backed a “cutting edge” player in the race to develop a vaccine for coronavirus. GSK said it was putting £130...

South African province prepares 1.5 million graves as virus hits ‘full speed’

The coronavirus pandemic in Africa is reaching “full speed” and it is good to prepare for the worst-case scenario, the Africa Centres for Disease...

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Festival season raises fears of renewed virus surge in India

Just weeks after India fully opened following a harsh lockdown and began to modestly turn a corner by cutting new coronavirus infections by nearly...

PM works on new state of emergency to curb coronavirus outbreak in Spain

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has called a cabinet meeting to prepare a new state of emergency to stem surging coronavirus infections. The move could...

Mike Pence’s top aide tests positive for coronavirus

A spokesman says vice president Mike Pence will continue with his aggressive campaign schedule after his chief of staff, Marc Short, tested positive for...

I voted for a guy named Trump, says president after casting ballot in Florida

President Donald Trump has cast his ballot in the US election, telling reporters afterwards: “I voted for a guy named Trump.” Mr Trump voted in...

Oxford Street FLOODED with anti-mask protesters

Anti-lockdown protesters demonstrated in Oxford Street on Saturday, raising increased awareness of the disjunct between the government and the public. This week, the government announced...
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