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The country has four Covid-19 vaccines in the final stage of clinical trials.The country has four Covid-19 vaccines in the final stage of clinical trials.

China coronavirus vaccine may be ready for public in November: official - World - DAWN.COM

The United Arab Emirates has announced it approved the emergency use for healthcare workers of a coronavirus vaccine still in the final phase of human trials.  “The vaccine will be available to our first line of defense heroes who are at the highest risk of contracting the virus,” tweeted the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) on Monday.  Chinese drug giant Sinopharm began the third phase of trials for a Covid-19 vaccine in the UAE in July, with Emirati officials saying the results have been positive.  “Clinical trials for the third phase are continuing under the strict supervision of medical teams, while following al...The United Arab Emirates has announced it approved the emergency use for healthcare workers of a coronavirus vaccine still in the final phase of human trials.  “The vaccine will be available to our first line of defense heroes who are at the highest risk of contracting the virus,” tweeted the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) on Monday.  Chinese drug giant Sinopharm began the third phase of trials for a Covid-19 vaccine in the UAE in July, with Emirati officials saying the results have been positive.  “Clinical trials for the third phase are continuing under the strict supervision of medical teams, while following al...

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Sarah Gilbert, professor of vaccinology at Oxford University, said no corners were being cut when it came to ensuring that a vaccine was safe.Sarah Gilbert, professor of vaccinology at Oxford University, said no corners were being cut when it came to ensuring that a vaccine was safe.

Top Oxford professor behind Covid-19 vaccine reiterates safety is 'top of the list' | Daily Mail Online

Products often don't make it through Phase 3 trials. Covid-19 vaccines are no different.Products often don't make it through Phase 3 trials. Covid-19 vaccines are no different.

Opinion | Nobody wants vaccine trials to fail. But they just might. - The Washington Post

Gulf News Zero Campaign aims to raise awareness to help the country flatten the curveGulf News Zero Campaign aims to raise awareness to help the country flatten the curve

COVID-19: UAE vaccine strengthens fight against coronavirus | Editorials – Gulf News

Chief biosafety expert Guizhen Wu said she was injected with a potential vaccine in April and has had no side effects, though China's approach to inoculation has come under scrutiny Chief biosafety expert Guizhen Wu said she was injected with a potential vaccine in April and has had no side effects, though China's approach to inoculation has come under scrutiny

Coronavirus vaccine 'should be ready for the general public by November', China claims - World News - Mirror Online

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday AstraZeneca Plc's COVID-19 vaccine trial in the United States is still on hold, and it was working with the company to figure out if there was a significant safety issue or not.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday AstraZeneca Plc's COVID-19 vaccine trial in the United States is still on hold, and it was working with the company to figure out if there was a significant safety issue or not.

U.S. FDA investigating AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine candidate | Reuters

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Recon: AstraZeneca resumes COVID vaccine trials in South Africa, Brazil, US study still on hold | RAPS

Science News: NEW YORK: Independent scientists and public health experts are criticising vaccine companies for a lack of public transparency, particularly their ref.Science News: NEW YORK: Independent scientists and public health experts are criticising vaccine companies for a lack of public transparency, particularly their ref.

Scientists alarmed by vaccine makers’ ‘secrecy’ about trials - Times of India

Science News: NEW YORK: Independent scientists and public health experts are criticising vaccine companies for a lack of public transparency, particularly their ref.Times of India brings the Latest & Top Breaking News on Politics and Current Affairs in India & around the World, Cricket, Sports, Business, Bollywood News and Entertainment, Science, Technology, Health & Fitness news & opinions from leading columnists.

Scientists alarmed by vaccine makers’ ‘secrecy’ about trials - Times of India

A group of scientists sent a formal letter to the Lancet on Monday outlining doubts about the accuracy of early data on Russia's COVID-19 vaccine, one of the authors said, adding further fuel to a dispute surrounding the "Sputnik-V" shot.A group of scientists sent a formal letter to the Lancet on Monday outlining doubts about the accuracy of early data on Russia's COVID-19 vaccine, one of the authors said, adding further fuel to a dispute surrounding the "Sputnik-V" shot.

Fifteen scientists launch critique of Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine data – EURACTIV.com

Trials of AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine remain on hold until midweekTrials of AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine remain on hold until midweek

Coronavirus: Global infections approach 30 million

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Monday granted emergency approval for use of a coronavirus vaccine developed in China, six weeks after human trials on the vaccine started in the country.

UAE approves urgent use of China-developed COVID-19 vaccine after test on 31,000 volunteers - Global Times

COVID-19 vaccines being developed in China might be available for use by the general public as early as November, according to a top scientist with the Chinese Center...COVID-19 vaccines being developed in China might be available for use by the general public as early as November, according to a top scientist with the Chinese Center...

COVID-19 Vaccine Likely Available for Public Use in November, Top Chinese Scientist Says - Sputnik International

British scientists are beginning a small study comparing how two experimental coronavirus vaccines might work when they are inhaled by people instead of being injected.British scientists are beginning a small study comparing how two experimental coronavirus vaccines might work when they are inhaled by people instead of being injected.

egypttoday,Politics,Business,Economy,Art,culture,Local news,Special interest,Press Review,News,ResourcesHead of the Russian Direct Investment Fund Kirill Dmitriev said Tuesday that Egypt is one of Russia’s main partners in the region.

Egypt to be gate for "Sputnik V" vaccine to Africa: Russian official - Egypt Today

The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 edged closer to 30 million on Tuesday, as a Chinese health official said a vaccine may...The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 edged closer to 30 million on Tuesday, as a Chinese health official said a vaccine may...

Coronavirus update: Global cases edge toward 30 million, and China says vaccine may be ready by November - MarketWatch

German biotech firm BioNTech said on Tuesday it had secured almost $450 million in government funding to speed up work on its COVID-19 vaccine candidate and expand its production capacity in Germany. BioNTech and partners Pfizer Inc and China's Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group Co Ltd are amongGerman biotech firm BioNTech said on Tuesday it had secured almost $450 million in government funding to speed up work on its COVID-19 vaccine candidate and expand its production capacity in Germany. BioNTech and partners Pfizer Inc and China's Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group Co Ltd are among

BioNTech wins $445 million German grant for COVID-19 vaccine

The Oxford and Imperial vaccines are both being tested in trials through intramuscular injection, but scientists from Imperial said that vaccines delivered via inhalation could potentially deliver a more specialised response.The Oxford and Imperial vaccines are both being tested in trials through intramuscular injection, but scientists from Imperial said that vaccines delivered via inhalation could potentially deliver a more specialised response.

Researchers trial inhaled versions of Oxford and Imperial Covid-19 vaccine candidates - world news - Hindustan Times

The vaccine trial remains on hold pending a US FDA investigation into a serious side effect in the UK - sources. The vaccine trial remains on hold pending a US FDA investigation into a serious side effect in the UK - sources.

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trial in US remains on hold | News | Al Jazeera

The studies were paused for less than a week.The studies were paused for less than a week.

AstraZeneca Resumes U.K. Clinical Trials of Its Coronavirus Vaccine After a Safety Pause | The Motley Fool

As temperatures drop, doctors expect new coronavirus cases to rise, perhaps doubling the number of US deaths by January.As temperatures drop, doctors expect new coronavirus cases to rise, perhaps doubling the number of US deaths by January.

Coronavirus pandemic expected to get worse before it gets better, experts say - CNET

China's COVID-19 vaccine could be ready for public in November: expert - CGTN

The Korea Herald is South Korea’s largest English-language daily and the country’s sole member of the Asia News Network (ANN). The Korea Herald is South Korea’s largest English-language daily and the country’s sole member of the Asia News Network (ANN).

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A China-developed coronavirus vaccine could be ready for the public as early as November, a Chinese official has told state television, as the global race to clear the final round of trials heats up.

China says Covid-19 vaccine could be ready for public by November

Novavax, Inc. (NASDAQ: NVAX), which has a Phase 2 study underway of its coronavirus vaccine candidate NVX-CoV2373, is diligently working on partnerships to ...Novavax, Inc. (NASDAQ: NVAX), which has a Phase 2 study underway of its coronavirus vaccine candidate NVX-CoV2373, is diligently working on partnerships to boost its...

Novavax, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVAX) - Novavax Expands Coronavirus Vaccine Capacity To More Than 2B Doses In 2021 | Benzinga

Emergency use of the vaccine is fully and completely compatible with the regulations and laws that allow a faster review of licensing procedures - ZAWYA MENA EditionEmergency use of the vaccine is fully and completely compatible with the regulations and laws that allow a faster review of licensing procedures

UK trials of the Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine have resumed after a brief pause, yet key details of the events have not been releasedUK trials of the Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine have resumed after a brief pause, yet key details of the events have not been released

Coronavirus Vaccine U.K. Trial Restarts, But Scientists Question Lack of Transparency - Scientific American

While the FDA weighs whether to resume its trial of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, which triggered a clinical hold last week after a U.K. patient was hit with a serious side effect, the NIH has launched its own study into the reaction—which could take up to two months to wrap, one NIH officer said.While the FDA weighs whether to resume its trial of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, which triggered a clinical hold last week after a U.K. patient was hit with a serious side effect, the NIH has launched its own study into the reaction—which could take up to two months to wrap, one NIH officer said.

NIH 'very concerned' about serious side effect in coronavirus vaccine trial | FiercePharma

“The pause in AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial shows it is a 'well-run' trial,” World Health Organisation (WHO) said in a statement on Tuesday. de“The pause in AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial shows it is a 'well-run' trial,” World Health Organisation (WHO) said in a statement on Tuesday. de

WHO: Pause in AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial shows it is well-run

Coronavirus deaths pass 925,000; biosafety head at Chinese CDC says vaccine progress ‘very smooth’; South Korea to secure early vaccines for 30 millionCoronavirus deaths pass 925,000; biosafety head at Chinese CDC says vaccine progress ‘very smooth’; South Korea to secure early vaccines for 30 million

Global report: Covid cases near 30m as China expects vaccine as soon as November | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian

In March, about 180 immunologists and epidemiologists with China National Pharmaceutical Industry Corp (SinoPharm), together with their families, signedIn March, about 180 immunologists and epidemiologists with China National Pharmaceutical Industry Corp (SinoPharm), together with their families, signed up to be the first volunteers to receive jab…

Debate rages over China's Covid-19 vaccines - Asia Times

'It will be very soon. The progress is currently very smooth,' said a Chinese official.'It will be very soon. The progress is currently very smooth,' said a Chinese official.

Coronavirus vaccine in China could be ready by November say officials - Business Insider

The director of the Chinese CDC, Gao Fu, reportedly said that not everyone in the country will need to get vaccinated against COVID-19.The director of the Chinese CDC, Gao Fu, reportedly said that not everyone in the country will need to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

COVID-19: China prioritises frontline workers, says no need to vaccinate entire population - Republic World

Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, surmised that if we are able to bring a safe and effective vaccine to market by the end of 2020, it will still likely be late into 2021 before we are able to do once normal things, like going to a theater and comfortably not wearing a mask. Here’s everything else you need to know this week.Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, surmised that if we are able to bring a safe and effective vaccine to market by the end of 2020, it will still likely be late into 2021 before we are able to do once normal things, like going to a theater and comfortably not wearing a mask. Here’s everything else you need to know this week.

AstraZeneca resumed its COVID-19 vaccine trials after uncovering a mysterious reaction | Popular Science

“Many have called to ask us some more detail about the risk of the vaccine, whether what happened with that vaccine had anything to do with the one we are studying."“Many have called to ask us some more detail about the risk of the vaccine, whether what happened with that vaccine had anything to do with the one we are studying."

Volunteers quit coronavirus trial in Spain amid concerns - New York Daily News

A China-developed vaccine could be ready for the public as early as November, the chief biosafety expert at the Chinese Centre for Disease Control tells state broadcaster CCTV.A China-developed vaccine could be ready for the public as early as November, the chief biosafety expert at the Chinese Centre for Disease Control tells state broadcaster CCTV.

Covid-19 wrap | Germany seeks herd immunity by mid-2021 and Dublin pubs remain closed | News24

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The United Arab Emirates has become the first country outside China to approve emergency usage of a Chinese Covid-19 vaccine candidate, in a vote of confidence for a state-backed drugmaker racing global rivals to stop the spread of the coronavirus.The United Arab Emirates has become the first country outside China to approve emergency usage of a Chinese Covid-19 vaccine candidate, in a vote of confidence for a state-backed drugmaker racing global rivals to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

In Global Covid-19 Vaccine Race, Chinese Shot Receives First Foreign Approval - WSJ

AstraZeneca has resumed COVID19 vaccine trials in South Africa, more than a week after tests were paused due to serious side effects in a participant in Britain, an official at the country's Department of Health told Reuters on Tuesday.AstraZeneca has resumed COVID19 vaccine trials in South Africa, more than a week after tests were paused due to serious side effects in a participant in Britain, an official at the country's Department of Health told Reuters on Tuesday.

AstraZeneca Resumes COVID-19 Vaccine Trials In South Africa, Health Dept Says

Please check out the biopharma industry coronavirus (COVID-19) stories that are trending for September 14, 2020.Please check out the biopharma industry coronavirus (COVID-19) stories that are trending for September 14, 2020.

Biopharma Update on the Novel Coronavirus: September 14 | BioSpace