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COVID vaccines

WTO ministers reach deals on COVID vaccines

Jun 17, 2022
After all-night talks, members of the World Trade Organization early Friday reached a string of deals and commitments aimed to limit overfishing

WTO holds big meeting to tackle vaccines, food shortages

Jun 13, 2022
The head of the World Trade Organization predicted a “bumpy and rocky” road as it opened its highest-level meeting in 4-1/2 years

Children have stronger antibody responses to COVID

Mar 24, 2022
According to a recent study, infants and toddlers who experienced community infection with SARS-CoV-2 had significantly higher levels of antibodies.

Another 90 cases of Omicron variant identified in UK

Dec 7, 2021
A further 90 cases of the new Omicron COVID variant have been reported in Britain, taking the total to 336, British health authorities confirmed Monday.

Nepal has stock 20 million COVID vaccine doses: Health Minister

Dec 5, 2021
Minister of Health and Population Birodh Khatiwada has said Nepal has a stock of 20 million doses of COVID vaccines and asked all who received the second dose of vaccine to receive the third dose as well.

WHO seeking "pandemic treaty" amid Omicron concerns

Nov 30, 2021
A special session of the World Health Assembly (WHA) kicked off here on Monday amid growing concerns over the latest Omicron coronavirus variant, where the participants aim to negotiate a new "pandemic treaty."

SARS-CoV-2 variant B.1.1.529 named 'Omicron': WHO

Nov 27, 2021
The World Health Organization (WHO) classified on Friday the latest variant B.1.1.529 of SARS-CoV-2, which was first reported from South Africa, as a "Variant of Concern" (VOC), and asked countries to enhance surveillance and sequencing efforts.

People don't have to stand in queue for vaccines: Minister Khatiwada

Nov 18, 2021
'People don't have to stand in the queue to get COVID vaccines,' said Minister for Health and Population, Birodh Khatiwada.

Japan to reduce interval between 2nd, 3rd doses of COVID-19 vaccine to 6 months: Reports

Nov 15, 2021
The Japanese government intends to shorten the minimum interval between administering the second and the third doses of COVID-19 vaccine to six months, Japanese news agency Kyodo reported on Monday, citing sources

Russia-developed COVID-19 drug to start production in December- Firm to Sputnik

Nov 13, 2021
The production of the Favipiravir antiviral drug that will be used in COVID-19 vaccines will commence in December, the press service of the Russian pharmaceutical company Promomed told Sputnik.




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