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China’s drug regulator says vaccines must have 50 percent efficacy to be approved

August 17, 2020
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The Chinese Centre for Drug Evaluation (CCDE) has said that coronavirus vaccines must show 50 percent efficacy to be approved.  …

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Public Health England set to be replaced by a new agency to specifically deal with pandemics

August 17, 2020
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Public Health England is set to be replaced with a new agency to prepare the country to deal with future …

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FDA approves Roche’s Enspryng for neuromyelitis optica

August 17, 2020
Sales and Marketing COVID, COVID-19, coronavirus

The FDA has granted approval for Roche’s Enspryng for treating the central nervous system disorder neuromyelitis optica. The drug (satralizumab) …

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Philippines expected to approve Russia’s ‘Sputnik’ COVID-19 vaccine

August 14, 2020
Medical Communications COVID, COVID-19, coronavirus, vaccines

The Philippines is expected to begin large scale human testing of Russia’s controversial ‘Sputnik’ coronavirus vaccine. Rodrigo Duterte, the President …

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COVID-19 patients are experiencing long-term effects from the virus

August 13, 2020
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Almost a third of doctors have treated patients for long-term symptoms caused by coronavirus, according to a new study.

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Coronavirus fake news has led to hundreds of deaths, according to a new study

August 13, 2020
Medical Communications COVID, coronavirus, fake news

At least 800 people have died around the world from COVID-19 misinformation in the first three months of 2020, according …

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Russia becomes world’s first country to grant regulatory approval for a coronavirus vaccine

August 11, 2020
Manufacturing and Production COVID, COVID-19, Vaccine, coronavirus

President Putin has announced that Russia is the first country to grant regulatory approval for a COVID-19 vaccine. The final …

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Researchers at the University of Oxford have said hydroxychloroquine could still be a viable COVID-19 treatment

August 7, 2020
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Researchers at the University of Oxford have said that hydroxychloroquine could be beneficial to COVID-19 patients, despite a general lack …

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EU agrees deal with Sanofi for COVID-19 vaccine supply

August 3, 2020
Sales and Marketing COVID, COVID-19, coronavirus

The EU has reached an agreement with Sanofi for 300 million doses of their COVID-19 vaccine candidate which will allow …

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Face shields did not protect people from a COVID-19 outbreak in Switzerland but masks did, according to health officials

July 23, 2020
Business Services COVID, Pandemic., coronavirus, covid19, pandemic

Health officials in Switzerland are warning against wearing plastic face shields without masks after a recent outbreak at a hotel …

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India begins human trials of its first homegrown coronavirus vaccine

July 21, 2020
Manufacturing and Production COVID, COVID-19, Vaccine, coronavirus

India has begun human trials of its first internally developed vaccine for COVID-19. The Indian Council of Medical Research have …

Trump administration orders hospitals to stop sending COVID-19 data to the CDC

July 16, 2020
Business Services CDC, COVID, coronavirus

The Trump administration has ordered hospitals to stop sending coronavirus patient data to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …

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UK lockdown caused infection ‘R’ rate to drop as low as 0.57, according to a new study

July 15, 2020
Research and Development COVID, COVID-19, Lockdown, coronavirus

A new study showed that the coronavirus infection rate hit its lowest point one month before lockdown restrictions were lifted. …

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The World Health Organization says COVID-19 can linger in the air indoors

July 10, 2020
Medical Communications COVID, COVID-19, WHO, coronavirus

The World Health Organization has recoginised that COVID-19 can be transmitted indoors by droplets in the air, reversing its previous …

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US moving remdesivir supplies to COVID-19 hotspots

July 6, 2020
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The US government is sending significant remdesivir supplies to states that are being hit hardest by the coronavirus. Florida, Arizona …

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