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China's Sinopharm Says Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be Ready By Year-End - State Media

Sinopharm's experimental shot has entered a Phase III trial involving around 15,000 participants and two vaccine strains in the United Arab Emirates.

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Equity indices continue upward momentum, auto and banking stocks surge

Equity indices continue upward momentum, auto and banking stocks surge

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Human Trials Of British Coronavirus Vaccine To Reach 10,000

Institutions across Britain had begun enrolling up to 10,260 adults and children to see how well the human immune system responds to the vaccine and how safe it is

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Strides Pharma To Conduct Trials In India For Potential COVID-19 Drug

The Bengaluru-based company has received approval from the Drug Controller General of India to conduct human studies of favipiravir in the country, a Strides executive said on a post-earnings conference call.

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Trump Signs Deal With A Company In Effort To Shift Drug Manufacturing To US

Trump's trade adviser Peter Navarro called this "a historic turning point in America's efforts to onshore its pharmaceutical production and supply chains".

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Moderna Expects Mid-stage Trials For COVID-19 Vaccine To Begin Shortly

The drug developer had previously said it expected mid-stage trials to begin in the current quarter, with the aim to start late-stage studies in the fall.

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Coronavirus Vaccine From Moderna Appears Safe, Shows Promise In Data From 8 People

The Moderna vaccine is one of more than 100 under development intended to protect against the novel coronavirus that has infected more than 4.7 million people globally and killed over 317,000.

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The Jab The World Awaits

Despite herculean efforts to contain spread of the novel coronavirus, the death toll is well over the 200,000-mark and there are over 4 million positive cases. The pandemic has stressed healthcare systems, pressured economies and is giving world leaders sleepless nights. The race to create a vaccine is on – the country that gets there first stands to not only gain monetarily but also in prestige.

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