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UVC light found to inactivate COVID virus in study

July 6, 2021
Manufacturing and Production COVID-19, clinical trials, computer simulations, skin

A new study has found that Ultraviolet C (UVC) emitting lamps are fast, effective, and safe at inactivating SARS-CoV-2, the …


Over 600,000 positive COVID tests genomically sequenced in UK

July 5, 2021
Sales and Marketing COVID-19, Delta variant, UK, government, variant

The UK has genomically sequenced more than 600,000 positive COVID-19 test, it was announced on Friday. Genomic sequencing plays a …

Visitors with non-EU approved jabs allowed in Madeira

July 5, 2021
Sales and Marketing COVID-19, EU, Vaccine, travel

Popular holiday destination, the Portuguese islands of Madeira, have announced that they will allow visitors with any COVID-19 vaccine, even …

Travellers with Indian-made AZ jab may face European ban

July 2, 2021
Medical Communications COVID-19, India, Vaccine

Up to 5 million Britons planning to travel to Europe may face a travel ban if they have been vaccinated …

Working mum develops COVID-19 vaccination database in Tokyo

July 1, 2021
COVID-19, Database, Japan, Vaccine, data

A 36-year-old former English teacher living in Tokyo, Japan, has launched her own healthcare database, Find a Doc, helping non-Japanese …


Avacta’s lateral flow test can detect Delta variant

June 29, 2021
Manufacturing and Production Avacta, COVID-19, Delta variant, antigen lateral flow test

A study has shown that Avacta’s AffiDX antigen lateral flow test can detect the Delta variant of COVID-19. The test …

Tapeworm drug to be trialled nationally as COVID treatment

June 25, 2021
Medical Communications COVID-19, NHS, dialysis, kindey, tapeworm

Kidney patients in Bristol are being offered a clinical trial to see whether a drug used for tapeworm patients can …

Survey reveals over 2 million people impacted by long COVID in UK

June 24, 2021
COVID-19, UK, government, long covid, study

A recent survey from Imperial College London has revealed that over 2 million people in the UK may have suffered …


Australia pauses AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 60

June 18, 2021
Medical Communications AstraZeneca, Australia, COVID-19, Vaccine

Australia will now only recommend that people over 60 receive the AstraZeneca vaccine due to the rare occurrence of post-jab …

UK COVID vaccine update

June 16, 2021
Research and Development COVID-19, UK, care homes, children, government, vaccines

Care home staff vaccinations to be compulsory COVID-19 vaccinations among care home staff are to become mandatory, the Guardian has …

Ground-breaking COVID antibody treatment proven to save lives

June 16, 2021
Research and Development COVID-19, UK, antibodies, trial

Results from Regeneron’s Recovery trial, investigating a potent monoclonal antibody combination treatment in hospitalised patients with severe COVID-19, have shown …


AstraZeneca antibody fails to prevent COVID in exposed patients

June 15, 2021
Manufacturing and Production AstraZeneca, COVID-19, Primary Endpoint, antibody, trial

AstraZeneca has failed to reach the primary endpoint in their Storm Chaser trial, assessing the safety and efficacy of AZD7442, …


Experimental COVID antibody treatment successful in trials

June 14, 2021
Sales and Marketing COVID-19, antibody therapy, celltrion, phase III

Celltrion has announced positive top-line data for its experimental antibody COVID-19 treatment, with Phase III trials finding it safe and …

G7: UK to donate 100 million surplus vaccine doses

June 11, 2021
Medical Communications Boris Johnson, COVID-19, G7, Joe Biden, UK, US, Vaccine

Boris Johnson has announced at the G7 meeting in Cornwall that the UK will donate over 100 million surplus doses …


Pfizer to expand COVID vaccine study in children under 12

June 10, 2021
COVID-19, Pfizer, Vaccine

Pfizer has announced that it will begin large-scale testing of its COVID-19 vaccine after selecting a lower dose of the …

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