The coronavirus, which caused a global pandemic, has now infected over 17.6 million people and has killed more than 680,000. Here are the latest updates for July 31:
As wealthy nations ensure themselves a sufficient supply of vaccines, there are concerns the hoarding could lead to vaccine nationalism and a shortage for others.
Sinopharm's candidate vaccine is already being tested in the United Arab Emirates with 15,000 volunteers.
Global pandemic has now infected over 16.2 million people and has killed more than 649,000. Here are the latest updates for July 26:
Global coronavirus has now infected over 15.7 million people and has killed more than 639,000. Here are the latest updates for July 24:
The contract for 100 million doses of the vaccine amounts to a $39 price tag for what is likely to be a two-dose course of treatment.
Although there is an unprecedented effort to develop a coronavirus vaccine, the complete success will take years, says a French epidemiologist who is part of a team of scientists that advises the government on the crisis.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 11 million people, claiming more than 526,000 lives across the world. Here are updates for July 3:
The novel coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 10.4 million people and claimed some 508,800 lives around the world. Here are updates for June 30:
The large-scale trial of the vaccine developed at the University of Oxford in Britain is being conducted in South Africa, Britain and Brazil.
US physician Anthony Fauci says he was optimistic the world would soon have a vaccine that would end the coronavirus pandemic.
The trials, partially funded by the UK, are the first human tests of a technology that researchers say could transform vaccine development by enabling rapid responses to emerging diseases such as the infection caused by the SARS-CoV-2.
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