US biotechnology company says it will permanently waive its Covid-19 vaccine patents for 92 low- and middle-income countries.
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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.
The US-based pharmaceutical firm did not say where the production facility would be built but it envisages investing up to $500 million.
Though the vaccine was found to be safe, with no serious side effects, its efficacy in preventing HIV infection was just over 25 percent.
Coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 4.3 million people and infected over 207 million globally. Here are all the coronavirus-related developments for August 16:
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.
Big pharma giant Moderna says people who received its two-dose Covid-19 vaccine would need a booster shot in the fall to keep strong protection against the raging Delta variant.
Saudi FM Prince Faisal bin Farhan al Saud meets Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi in Islamabad for talks on a range of issues including Covid-19 travel restrictions, conflicts in Kashmir, Palestine, Yemen and Afghanistan.
The World Health Organization also said there was a "likely causal association" between coronavirus vaccines using mRNA technology and "very rare" heart inflammations.
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