15:49 | 04/01/2021
Human trials of second homegrown Covid-19 vaccine may begin in late January this year. The Ministry of Health has granted permission to the Nha Trang-based Institute of Vaccines and Biological Medical (IVAC) to carry out human clinical tests for Covivac, a locally-produced novel coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, on volunteers in January, two months ahead of schedule.
07:28 | 15/11/2020
President Donald Trump said Friday that a coronavirus virus vaccine would be widely available in the U.S. by April in his first public remarks since losing the presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden.
14:39 | 11/11/2020
Germany-based biotech firm, Pfizer and BioNTech, announced that their Covid-19 vaccine showed more than 90% effective, fueling hope for successful preventing infection to human. However, it seems to have to conquer many challenges before there is widespread vaccination.
10:29 | 05/09/2020
President Vladimir Putin recently announced that a team of Russian scientists had developed a COVID-19 vaccine and that it had been approved for use by the regulators – at least, in Russia.
10:18 | 03/09/2020
A Boynton Beach man who lost seven loved ones to coronavirus has become the first American dosed with Oxford University and AstraZeneca's vaccine as part of their clinical trial last weekend.
14:56 | 02/09/2020
U.S. says not to join WHO-linked effort for coronavirus vaccine
16:00 | 14/08/2020
According to estimates of research firm Alliance Bernstein (headquarter in the US), the global vaccine production industry is worth $ 52 billion per year. In which, 4 developers including Sanofi, Merk, Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline accounted for 85% of the market share.
00:27 | 13/08/2020
Russian business conglomerate Sistema has said it expects to put the vaccine, developed by Moscow’s Gamaleya Institute, into mass production by the end of the year while experts expressing concerns and doubt.
15:06 | 22/07/2020
Covid-19 vaccine production is being implemented for researching to develop by Vietnam Ministry of Health
05:41 | 21/07/2020
A coronavirus vaccine by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca Plc showed positive results in the early trial on humans, a promising progress in the COVID-19 defeating.
18:29 | 06/05/2020
The University of Oxford has announced an agreement with the UK-based global biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, headquarter in the UK and representative office in Vietnam, for the further development, large-scale manufacture and potential distribution of the COVID-19, ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine candidate currently being trialled by the University.
09:31 | 16/04/2020
According to the WHO, currently 70 coronavirus vaccines are in development globally, with 3 leading candidates alreeady being tested in human trials.
17:17 | 02/04/2020
Researchers of Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia have tested two potential coronavirus vaccines on ferrets to determine whether the vaccines may proceed to human trials on April 2, BBC reported.
00:27 | 21/03/2020
The United States, China and Europe are battling to be the first finder a cure, bringing a nationalist element to a worldwide crisis that could have created a chance of favoring the winner's population and potentially gain the upper hand in dealing with the economic and geostrategic fallout from the crisis.
21:07 | 15/03/2020
China has said that some vaccines for the novel coronavirus could be in clinical use next month as the number of global coronavirus cases soared past 100,000.
Zheng Zhongwei, director of the National Health Commission’s Science and Technology Development Center, expressed his hope of the vaccines would enter clinical research or be of use in emergency situation in April.
20:36 | 07/03/2020
Researchers at the Miguel Institute, supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, explain the research at a press conference. They claim the vaccine’s efficacy has been proven in preclinical trials, and that the virus in poultry has a high genetic identity to the human virus and can be adapted within three months for human testing.