Tag: vaccine

First Americans could get Covid-19 vaccine next month

Dr Moncef Slaoui has been quoted saying that the plan was to "ship vaccines to the immunization sites within 24 hours" of a vaccine being approved, the BBC has reported.

Watch: What is the truth about the anti-Covid-19 vaccine?

Dr Charles Mallia Azzopardi, Head of the Infectious diseases unit at Mater Dei Hospital will answer your questions and those made by Fr Joe Borg who will host the programme.

EU secures 405 million doses of CureVac’s Covid-19 vaccine

The European Commission has approved a 5th contract with CureVac for up to 405 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Another vaccine enters in clinical trials phase in the UK

Six thousand British volunteers will be participating in the large-scale clinical trials by global pharmaceutical company Janssen .

First Covid-19 vaccine: European Commission agrees to 300m doses

The European Commission has agreed to buy up to 300 million doses of the BioNTech-Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.

EU seals deal with Pfizer and BioNTech for supply of 300...

Europe accounts for almost a quarter of the deaths globally, and even its well-equipped hospitals are feeling the strain.

First COVID-19 vaccine; Analysis show it can offer 90% protection

The developers of this vaccine are Pfizer and BioNTech.

“Malta not following Great Barrington declaration; herd immunity only via vaccine”...

Minister for Health Chris Fearne outlined that the reason Malta is not following the recommendations put forward by the Great Barrington declaration is because the argument it posits is that everyone should be exposed to the virus in order to have herd immunity. He stated that only a vaccine will help achieve herd immunity.

Walking with a cigarette as an excuse is abuse warns health...

Sauntering down a street with Mask under chin and puffing away as a cigarette is an abuse of the law warned Public Health consultant Dr Tanya Melillo.

Vaccine expected to be rolled out in first half of 2021...

A vaccine to tackle COVID-19 was "not there yet" but the government was getting ready to roll out it. - Hancock