European Union Approves Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine, Rollout Next Week
The European Medicines Agency has given the green light for the vaccine created by Moderna, making it the second COVID-19 shot to be allowed for general use across the European Union as tensions continued to heighten over the slow implementation of vaccination programs in the bloc.
Vaccine Rollout Being Called: US Distribution Gets Worst, Only 26 Million Vaccinated
Several logistical challenges have also been faced with vaccine rollout, as only 2.6 million people were vaccinated as of Wednesday.
Experts Say the US Could Be Blind to the New Virus Variant
Experts warn that the U.S. is woefully ill-equipped to monitor a new virus without a comprehensive framework to classify genetic variants of the coronavirus
Prosecutor Orders Release of 3 Suspects in Flight Attendant's Death
The City Prosecutor's Office of Makati has ordered the release of three suspects which were related to the death of Christine Angelica Dacera, a flight attendant, and referred the case back for further investigation to the police.
Report: 2,500 Patients Sued by Northwell Hospital in New York During the Pandemic
In the Covid-19 pandemic, Northwell Health hospital kept suing despite New York Governor's orders to government hospitals to halt litigating patients.
COVID-19 Vaccine: What It Feels like and Everything You Need to Know
Many stories are now coming out as the Covid-19 vaccine reaches people. Here are some sting-in-the-arm stories to start the New Year of battling the virus.
New York Nurse First in US to Be Fully Vaccinated After Being Administered Final Shot
New York nurse Sandra Lindsay became the first recipient in the United States to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on Monday. She was administered the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens, where she serves as the director of critical care nursing.
Researchers Guise To Stretch Vaccine Supply Due To Shortages
As the country faces a slower vaccine rollout, federal officials are racing to find ways to increase the supply by lowering the mandatory dosage
According to Dr. Scott Gottlieb, South African COVID-19 Variant May Render Antibody Drugs Useless
One more strain called the South African COVID-19 variant has one side-effect that needs to be confirmed. A scientist states that it might cause antibody drugs as useless medication.
People who Received Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Must Get Two Full Doses, FDA Reiterates
Two top U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials pointed out that anyone who received a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine must get two full doses
Houston Methodist Offers Workers $500 to get Coronavirus Vaccine
After they could possibly get a coronavirus vaccine, around 26,000 workers of Houston Methodist Hospital can look forward to some extra cash in March.
Amid Growing Crisis Over Vaccine Rollout in New York the New Coronavirus Variant Was Detected
New York Governor Cuomo is under intensifying pressure to overhaul the process of coronavirus vaccinations with deaths continuing to rise in the second wave.
Virus Variant Rages Sweeping Britain to Re-enter Lockdown
PMBoris Johnson levied a stricter national lockdown and its race to vaccinate its people is risked being outdone by a fast-spreading variant of the coronavirus
North Korea Seeks Assitance from Gobal Alliance to Procure COVID-19 Vaccine
As nations race to get their hands on the COVID-19 vaccine, North Korea has also sought to get its hands on the vaccine by submitting an application to the main global alliance which helps low-income countries obtain the vaccine.
Operation Warp Speed Chief Dr. Slaoui: Third COVID-19 Vaccine Could see FDA Approval In 4-6 Weeks
Operation Warp Speed Chief Moncef Slaoui said the FDA could approve a new COVID-19 vaccine within 4-6 weeks.