13.9 C
London
Thursday, October 28, 2021
- Advertisement -

TAG

Covid-19 vaccine

Joe Biden hails US vaccination programme after 50m-dose milestone

Joe Biden has welcomed the administration of the 50 millionth dose of Covid-19 vaccine since his swearing-in. The moment came days after the US reached...

Snow storms close Covid-19 vaccination sites across eastern United States

Coronavirus vaccination sites have been closed and public transport and flights cancelled because of heavy snowstorms in the eastern part of the United States. More...

Global coronavirus rules for Christmas: Tough, mild or none at all

Countries around the world are trying to find the right formula to keep their people safe for Christmas, especially as new coronavirus variants prompt...

Health officials warn Americans not to let their guard down

Top health officials in the US have warned Americans that with a Covid-19 vaccine perhaps just days away, and with most of California heading...

Oxford vaccine is 70.4% effective against Covid-19

A coronavirus vaccine developed in the UK can prevent 70.4 per cent of people from getting Covid-19, according to new data. AstraZeneca and Oxford University...

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...

Latest news

- Advertisement -