India expects 3-4 million Pfizer, Moderna vaccine doses through Covax by August- sources
Wednesday, 7 July 2021 India expects to receive 3 million to 4 million doses of the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 shots through the Covax facility by August, two sources said, as it tries to expand inoculations to prevent another surge in infections.
Researchers are still trying to understand why the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines can cause myocarditis. However, they do know that most of the cases appear to be mild and were easily treated through either medication or rest.
According to the state department of health, there’s been a 50% drop in child COVID cases. This news comes just as Pfizer released results saying its vaccine is safe for kids between five and eleven years old.
The first school pupils in England have received their coronavirus vaccine, as jabs were rolled out to 12-15-year-olds today.
Quinn Foakes, 15, was given the Pfizer vaccination at Belfairs Academy secondary school in Essex, and said: "I'm glad that I've done it … I've got grandparents, I'd love to be safe around them and spend time with them." Report by Buseld. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said the UK wants the world vaccinated against Covid-19 by 2022.Britain is donating nine million doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine to countries including Indonesia, Jamaica and Kenya, the first shots the UK has sent to developing nations during the pandemic. Mr Raab says shipments will begin this week of five million doses to the UN-backed Covax vaccine distribution programme and four million more directly to countries, including Thailand, Vietnam and several Caribbean nations.
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Top Biden medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN’s Jake Tapper that people should follow official recommendations on booster shots and says that data on boosters for Moderna and J&J recipients is coming in “a couple to three weeks.”
COVID-19 vaccine booster shots will be made widely available to Americans starting on Sept. 20, U.S. health officials said on Wednesday, citing data showing diminishing protection from the initial vaccinations as infections rise from the Delta variant. Freddie Joyner reports.
Pfizer announced Friday that the Biden administration has purchased 200 million more doses of its COVID-19 vaccine. It comes amid growing concern over the impact of vaccine hesitancy; in 16 states less..
Believe it or not, most Tri-State school districts return to classes in a month or so, and that's about the same amount of time it takes for the two-shot vaccination regimens from Pfizer and Moderna to..