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AstraZeneca Says EU Regulator Clears Covid Shot As Booster

The vaccine can now be used as a booster following the two-dose Vaxzevria schedule or by those who have been previously vaccinated by an mRNA vaccine, such as the ones made by Pfizer and BioNTech or Moderna

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Astrazeneca Appoints Ram Mudaliar As India Lead Of CDI Division

The announcement follows the launch of the CDI India Division in October 2021.

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AstraZeneca, Given As Booster, Gives Higher Antibodies Against Omicron

The increased response was seen in people who were previously vaccinated with either Vaxzevria or an mRNA vaccine, the drugmaker said, adding that it would submit this data to regulators worldwide given the urgent need for boosters.

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UK Marks Oxford/Astrazeneca Covid-19 Vaccine's One-Year Anniversary

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson credited the vaccine produced by scientists at the University of Oxford and manufactured by AstraZeneca with helping the world combat the COVID-19 pandemic and saving millions of lives.

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AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Protection Wanes After Three Months: Lancet Study

The researchers analysed data for two million people in Scotland and 42 million people in Brazil who had been vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine.

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'USFDA Study Shows Evusheld Retains Neutralising Activity Against Omicron'

The study was done independently by investigators at the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA), Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research.

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India Has No Plans For Vaccine Booster: Sources

As vaccine supplies have increased, some doctors and public health experts in India have urged the government to start a booster programme for the most vulnerable like many Western nations have done.

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AstraZeneca Set For 'Modest' Profit From Covid-19 Vaccine

The company is now expecting to progressively transition the vaccine to modest profitability as new orders are received, notes the AstraZeneca's latest financial results update.

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SII Gets Nod To Send COVID Vaccines To Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Bulk To Astrazeneca; Bharat Biotech To Iran

SII has enhanced the manufacturing capacity of Covishield to more than 20 crore doses per month and has informed the Centre that it will be able to supply around 22 crore doses in October

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Researchers Define Criteria For Diagnosis Of Patients With Blood Clotting Associated With Astrazeneca Vaccine

The research found that the overall mortality rate of those presenting to hospitals with definite or probable VITT was 23 per cent.

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Pfizer, AstraZeneca Covid Vaccines Less Effective Against Delta Variant: Oxford-Led Study

The yet to be peer-reviewed study found that the people who had been vaccinated after already being infected with COVID-19 had even more protection than vaccinated individuals who had not had COVID-19 before.

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Pfizer, AstraZeneca COVID Vaccines Less Effective Against Delta Variant: Oxford-led Study

The researchers, however, noted that with Delta, Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and Oxford-AstraZeneca preventive, known as Covishield in India, still offer good protection against new infections.

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Astrazeneca Pharma India Q1 Net Profit Declines 45 % To Rs 10.24 Cr

Revenue from operations stood at Rs 175.40 crore for the quarter under consideration. It was Rs 193.57 crore for the same period a year ago

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Yes, You Can Still Get COVID After Being Vaccinated, But You're Unlikely To Get As Sick

One study estimated those who were vaccinated with either Pfizer or AstraZeneca were 50% less likely to pass it on to an unvaccinated household contact than someone who wasn't vaccinated.

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Delta Variant Exposes The Flaws Of Stop-Start Vaccination Programmes

Despite the World Health Organization saying South Africa should continue distributing the jab, as it would probably still protect against severe disease, the government instead sold 1.5 million doses to other African countries.

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