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Latest Articles in COVID 19 vaccine

Wall Street Rallies On US Stimulus And Vaccine Hopes As Bond Markets Calm

Emerging market stocks rose 1.71%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan closed 1.83% higher, while Japan's Nikkei rose 2.41%.

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Pfizer Sees About $15 Billion In 2021 Sales From COVID-19 Vaccine

The vaccine was among the first to be authorized for emergency use in the United States and several other countries, and analysts have forecast billions in sales.

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J&J Vaccine Adds To COVID-19 Armoury, Includes South African Variant

J&J shares were down 4% at $162.7 at 1700 GMT, with some Wall Street analysts saying its vaccine's effectiveness was below those of rivals. Moderna's stock gained 8% to $172.80.

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Going Ahead Stronger

The vaccination team at each centre will have five members, two security personnel to validate the identity of the beneficiary and three nurses to vaccinate and observe the healthcare professional after the process is complete.

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UNICEF Signs Up Dubai's DP World To Help Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines

State-owned DP World, known for its global port operations, will provide transport and storage to UNICEF at no cost, helping low and middle-income countries access vaccines

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Europe Prepares For Moderna Vaccine Rollout As Fears Grow Over Virus Variants

Moderna shares were up more than 4% in early New York trading. The company's value has surged more than 450% since February last year as the pandemic gripped the world and drugmakers rushed to develop shots.

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DGCI Approves The Vaccines By Serum Institute Of India And Bharat Biotech

Both the vaccines can be stored at 2-8 degrees, and the companies have been stockpiling of over 50 million doses at the moment, assuring that soon they will be manufacturing more dosage of the vaccine.

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India Drug Regulator Meets To Discuss Astrazeneca Vaccine

India wants to start administering the shots starting next month and is also considering emergency use authorisation applications for vaccines made by Pfizer Inc with Germany's BioNTech and by India's Bharat Biotech.

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World Stocks Ease Further From Highs, Oil Dips On COVID-19 Count

At 1053 GMT, the broad gauge of global equities was trading down 0.4% while Europe's major indexes were down 0.8%-1%. Oil prices also fell 1-1.6% as virus restrictions crimped demand expectations.

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J&J Starts Two-Dose Trial Of Its COVID-19 Candidate Vaccine In The UK

J&J signed an agreement for the two-dose global Phase III clinical trial with the British government in August, to run in parallel with a 60,000-person trial of a single shot of the experimental vaccine which was launched in September.

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Asian Shares Rise On Vaccine Bets But Analysts Urge Caution

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.44%, approaching the highest since January 2018. Chinese shares rose 0.37%. Stocks in Japan rose 0.62% to a 29-year high.

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Bangladesh Signs Deal With India For 30 Million Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine

AstraZeneca’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine is seen as one of the most advanced candidates in the race against the novel coronavirus.

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China's Sinopharm Offers Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines To Students

China launched a vaccine emergency use programme in July, offering three experimental shots developed by a unit of state pharmaceutical giant China National Pharmaceutical Group and U.S.-listed Sinovac Biotech.

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South Korea's Celltrion Gets Approval For Phase 3 Trials Of COVID-19 Antibody Drug

The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety recently approved a Phase 2/3 study on patients with mild and moderate cases of COVID-19, Lee Sang-joon, Celltrion's senior executive vice president

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New Zealand Signs Deal With Pfizer, Biontech For COVID-19 Vaccine

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is one of the leading candidates in the race to be the first to get regulatory approval in the United States and Europe.

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