CORONAVIRUS

Serbian President Complained About Pfizer Vaccine Underdelivery

Serbian President Complained About Pfizer Vaccine Underdelivery

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic complained about the under-delivery of the coronavirus vaccine by the U.S.-German manufacturer Pfizer and BioNTech. “Pfizer was supposed to deliver 19,500 doses per week, but for the second week in a row, they delivered only 9,700 doses. They say they have also reduced supplies to Germany by a million doses and to Poland by 200,000 doses,” ...

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Five patients died after vaccination in Switzerland

Five patients died after vaccination in Switzerland

Five Swiss residents died after being vaccinated against the coronavirus; their deaths were unrelated to the vaccination, the Swiss pharmaceutical regulator Swissmedic reported. The patients ranged in age from 84 to 92, according to the regulator. The incidents were due to co-morbidities. “Despite the chronological correlation with vaccination, there is no concrete evidence that vaccination was the cause of death,” ...

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On January 22, the World Health Organization (WHO) will begin discussing data on the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine,

On January 22, the World Health Organization (WHO) will begin discussing data on the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine,

On January 22, the World Health Organization (WHO) will start discussing data on the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, which may last several days. The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) reported that this is a pre-submission review of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine. Vaccine manufacturers submitted an application for certification to the WHO headquarters at the end of last year. ...

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Biden: new initiatives to combat COVID-19

Biden: new initiatives to combat COVID-19

New President Sees Confronting Pandemic as Administration Priority President Joe Biden on Thursday launches new initiatives to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, stressing that it is a top priority in his tenure. The Biden administration plans to develop a coordinated strategy to fight the new coronavirus, designed to restore confidence in the federal government and focused on ramping up vaccine production ...

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Germany will be able to share surplus COVID vaccine with poorer countries closer to the fall

Germany will be able to share surplus COVID vaccine with poorer countries closer to the fall

Germany will be able to share surplus COVID vaccine with poorer countries by the fall after all German citizens have received the vaccine. The German government plans to vaccinate all German citizens against the coronavirus by the end of the summer. German chancellor Angela Merkel has said plans to vaccinate all German citizens by the end of the summer and ...

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Doctors administered the first of two doses of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine to Alberto Fernandez.

Doctors administered the first of two doses of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine to Alberto Fernandez.

Doctors administered the first of two doses of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine to Alberto Fernandez. He thanked the developers of the drug and Argentinean doctors. Argentine President Alberto Fernandez received his first vaccination against coronavirus with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine. The head of state was vaccinated at the Alejandro Posados National Hospital. “Today I received the Sputnik V vaccine… ...

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Media: “British” strain of coronavirus found in three more patients in Berlin

Media: "British" strain of coronavirus found in three more patients in Berlin

A new type of coronavirus mutation recorded in the UK late last year has been detected in three more patients in Berlin, the publication Tagesspiegel reported, citing its own information. According to the publication, the “British” variant of the coronavirus was detected in several samples that were taken at a clinic on January 8. Experts believe there is much to ...

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Bundestag raises the question about the artificial origin of SARS-CoV-2

Bundestag raises the question about the artificial origin of SARS-CoV-2

Bundestag raises the question about the artificial origin of SARS-CoV-2 The question on the artificial origin of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 was raised by Hansjörg Muller, an MP from the right-wing German party Alternative for Germany, to the government of Germany, according to a response to a request posted on the website of the Bundestag on January 19. “Is it unequivocal ...

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The day before, the Brazilian regulator approved the emergency use of vaccines Sinovac and AstraZeneca.

The day before, the Brazilian regulator approved the emergency use of vaccines Sinovac and AstraZeneca.

The day before, the Brazilian regulator approved the emergency use of vaccines Sinovac and AstraZeneca. Brazil has begun vaccinating its population against the coronavirus with a drug from the Chinese company Sinovac Biotech, which Ukraine has agreed to supply, Reuters reports. The Ministry of Health gave Brazilian states permission to begin vaccinations on Monday evening, January 18. Although some states ...

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