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Austria and Denmark eye alliance with Israel on coronavirus vaccines – POLITICO

Israel is to hold talks with Austria and Denmark on teaming up to manufacture coronavirus vaccines, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday. Austria’s...

Ghana becomes first country to receive shipment of COVAX coronavirus vaccines – POLITICO

Ghana on Wednesday received the world’s first shipment of coronavirus jabs delivered through the mechanism meant to ensure equitable access to vaccines.  The 600,000 Oxford/AstraZeneca...

How the UK gained an edge with AstraZeneca’s vaccine commitments – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Two contracts, two different legal systems, but one goal: Getting doses of a life-saving vaccine to people as...

Vaccine can be stored at higher temps – POLITICO

The world’s chilliest coronavirus vaccine may have gotten a little warmer.  The BioNTech/Pfizer coronavirus vaccine — which currently needs to be transported in ultra-low temperatures...

Countries face off over how to cover up – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article The mask debate has reared its head again — but this time it’s about what type to wear. Several...

WHO coronavirus origins probe in China fails to reveal major new findings – POLITICO

Scientists investigating the pandemic's origins as part of a mission to China were unable to provide much clarity Tuesday on where the virus began. The...

Production snags likely to leave EU lagging in vaccinations for months to come – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Rather than shooting citizens in the arm, European countries might be shooting themselves in the foot.  Increasing numbers of...

EU regulator OKs Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine for all adults – POLITICO

The coronavirus vaccine by Oxford/AstraZeneca is safe and effective enough to use in adults over the age of 18, the European Medicines Agency announced...

EU slams AstraZeneca but fails in push for vaccine – POLITICO

EU officials lashed out at the pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca on Wednesday but failed to secure commitments to address a “massive” shortfall in coronavirus vaccine...

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