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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine appears safe, shows signs of working in older adults: study | Reuters
Submitted 23 day(s) ago by system

Results from an early safety study of Moderna Inc's coronavirus vaccine candidate in older adults showed that it produced virus-neutralizing antibodies at levels similar to those seen in younger adults, with side effects roughly on par with high-dose flu shots,...

Moderna sees 20 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine candidate by year end | Reuters
Submitted 34 day(s) ago by system

Moderna Inc said on Friday it was on track to produce 20 million doses of its experimental coronavirus vaccine by the end of the year, while maintaining its goal of readying 500 million to 1 billion doses in 2021.

US refuses to join international effort to develop Covid-19 vaccine | World news | The Guardian
Submitted 52 day(s) ago by system

Decision is ‘real blow’ to Covax project, expert says, with White House blaming stance on role of WHO and China

Parents protest flu shot mandate for Massachusetts students
Submitted 53 day(s) ago by system

Hundreds of parents and children gathered in Massachusetts Sunday in protest of the state's new flu shot requirement for all students.

Exclusive: Nearly a fifth of enrollees in Pfizer, BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine study are Black or Latino - Reuters
Submitted 62 day(s) ago by system

Nearly a fifth of 11,000 people enrolled so far in a 30,000-volunteer U.S. trial testing a COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and German partner BioNTech are Black or Latino, groups among the hardest hit by the coronavirus virus pandemic, a top Pfizer executive said.

House Democrats to investigate scientist leading "Operation Warp Speed" - Axios
Submitted 71 day(s) ago by system

The administration has bought initial vaccine batches from several pharmaceutical companies.

I Was Wrong: We Can’t Skip Phase 3 Vaccine Trials
Submitted 81 day(s) ago by system

I wrote a blog post over the weekend that has generated tremendous pushback, including an op-ed in the New York Times as well as thousands of comments on Twitter. I was wrong.

Debate begins for who's first in line for COVID-19 vaccine | KOMO
Submitted 82 day(s) ago by system

(AP) — Who gets to be first in line for a COVID-19 vaccine? U. S. health authorities hope by late next month to have some draft guidance on how to ration initial doses, but it’s a vexing decision. “Not everybody’s going to like the answer,” Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, recently told one of the advisory groups the government asked to help decide. “There will be many people who feel that they should have been at the top of the list. ”

Start Vaccinating Now!
Submitted 83 day(s) ago by system

Development of new Covid-19 vaccines is proceeding at a furious pace, which is good news for the world.

First Seattle volunteer in human COVID-19 vaccine trials says she feels 'fantastic' | KOMO
Submitted 105 day(s) ago by system

The race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine is heating up globally and right here in our area. In Seattle, we’ve got a lot of companies and volunteers doing their part to try and help. “It’s been 16 weeks since I had the first dose," said Jennifer Haller of Ballard. "I feel fantastic. " On March 16, Haller, a 43-year-old a tech startup operations manager, became the first person in the country to get injected with the experimental COVID-19 vaccine.

FDA commissioner says he can't predict when vaccine will be ready after Trump's timeline claims | TheHill
Submitted 110 day(s) ago by system

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Stephen Hahn said Sunday that he would not make a prediction about when a coronavirus vaccine would be available after President Trump claimed that a vaccine or therapeutic would be ready "long

Coronavirus vaccine tracker: How close are we to a vaccine? | World news | The Guardian
Submitted 114 day(s) ago by system

More than 140 teams of researchers are racing to develop a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine

27% unlikely to be vaccinated against the coronavirus; Republicans, conservatives especially: POLL - ABC News
Submitted 143 day(s) ago by system

Distrust of vaccines is main reason for 50% of those who wouldn't get one, a new ABC News/Washington Post poll found.

Exclusive: A quarter of Americans are hesitant about a coronavirus vaccine - Reuters/Ipsos poll - Reuters
Submitted 155 day(s) ago by system

A quarter of Americans have little or no interest in taking a coronavirus vaccine, a Reuters/Ipsos poll published on Thursday found, with some voicing concern that the record pace at which vaccine candidates are being developed could compromise safety.

BAT says potential COVID-19 vaccine using tobacco leaves ready for human trials - Reuters
Submitted 160 day(s) ago by system

World's No.2 cigarette company British American Tobacco said on Friday it was ready to test its potential COVID-19 vaccine using proteins from tobacco leaves on humans, after it generated a positive immune response in pre-clinical trials.

Rick Bright plans to start his new job working on coronavirus treatments and vaccines next week - CNNPolitics
Submitted 162 day(s) ago by system

Rick Bright will start his new job in a role inside the federal government's coronavirus response next week, his attorneys said Thursday.

Antibody blocks infection by the SARS-CoV-2 in cells, scientists discover -- ScienceDaily
Submitted 172 day(s) ago by system

Researchers report that they have identified a fully human monoclonal antibody that prevents the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus from infecting cultured cells. The discovery is an initial step towards developing a fully human antibody to treat or prevent the respiratory disease COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

    Boris Johnson: 'Race to develop a coronavirus vaccine is the endeavour of our lifetime'
    Submitted 173 day(s) ago by system

    Efforts to develop a jab should not become a competition between countries, PM insists - but US sits out virtual global summit

    Clinical trials for a Covid-19 vaccine to begin in Rochester | WHAM
    Submitted 178 day(s) ago by system

    Rochester, N. Y. - Local researchers are preparing to test a vaccine that could help prevent COVID-19. Rochester Clinical Research is seeking healthy volunteers between ages 19 to 85. For 25 years, RCR has conducted vaccine tests. The process to develop a vaccine for Ebola, a disease similar to the coronavirus, took more than five years. COVID-19 has crushed that timeline. "That's a long time," Adam Larrabee, RCR's president, said of the Ebola vaccine.

    Recovered, almost: China's early patients unable to shed coronavirus - Reuters
    Submitted 185 day(s) ago by system

    Dressed in a hazmat suit, two masks and a face shield, Du Mingjun knocked on the mahogany door of a flat in a suburban district of Wuhan on a recent morning.

    Australia begins pre-clinical testing for coronavirus vaccine - Reuters
    Submitted 205 day(s) ago by system

    Australia's national science agency said on Thursday it has commenced the first stage of testing potential vaccines for COVID-19, as it joins a global race to halt the coronavirus pandemic.

    Bill Gates Talks About Fears and Implications of Coronavirus via AMA on Reddit | Technology News
    Submitted 218 day(s) ago by system

    Bill Gates addresses concerns over coronavirus via AMA session on Reddit. He also cleared that COVID-19 had nothing to do with his retirement from Microsoft.

    Coronavirus facts: is there a cure and what is the mortality rate of the virus? | World news | The Guardian
    Submitted 222 day(s) ago by system

    Covid-19 essential guide: can it be caught on public transport, how is it different from the flu, and how sick will I get?

    Trump suggests using flu vaccine on coronavirus and is instantly corrected by health experts: ‘No’ | The Independent
    Submitted 234 day(s) ago by noklpopl

    Donald Trump asked medical experts if coronavirus could be treated with a flu vaccine that already exists at a meeting with pharmaceutical executives on Monday. The Trump administration called the meeting to discuss early work for developing a vaccine for the virus, which has killed more the 3,000 people and infected nearly 90,000 worldwide.

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