Covid-19 has infected more than 362M people and killed over 5.6M worldwide. Here are some of the latest coronavirus-related developments:
We speak with health experts to make sense of the latest data coming out of South Africa, and how far it will apply elsewhere.
Covid-19 has infected more than 268M people and killed over 5.3M worldwide. Here are some of the latest coronavirus-related developments:
The Omicron variant can partially evade the protection from Pfizer and BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine, according to research.
The mRNA Covid-19 vaccines provide the biggest impact, offer large antibody and generate a broad T-cell response, which may play a key role in longer-term protection, a new study finds.
BioNTech's Chief Executive Ugur Sahin says the established vaccine will likely prevent hospitalisation from the new Omicron virus variant and there is no reason to be particularly worried.
New cases were confirmed in Australia, Germany, UK and Italy, while Israel closes its borders to all foreigners in a bid to stem the spread of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Covid-19 has infected nearly 249 million people and killed more than 5 million globally. Here are the virus-related updates for November 4.
Food and Drug Administration is expected to give its formal green light soon, making 28 million young Americans eligible for the shot by mid-November.
Moscow’s South-South vaccine efforts have fallen short of expectations and don’t pose as big a challenge to the West as initially presumed.
Faced with limited Covid-19 vaccine supplies, many countries chose to delay the administration of the second doses. Here’s the science behind the delay and timing of the jabs.
The company found out that a Russian firm used hundreds of social media influencers to run a coordinated smear campaign against Western Covid-19 vaccines.
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