Vietnam News Today (September 15): HCM City Pilots 'Covid Green Cards' to Control Residents’ Travel

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Vietnam News Today (September 15): Vietnam's Covid infection tally rises by 10,496; Vietnam to have at least one homegrown Covid-19 vaccine by year-end; HCM City pilots 'Covid green cards' to control residents’ travel; HCMC coastal district plans to reopen tourism in late September.
Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine enters second phase of human trials

Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine enters second phase of human trials

Nano Covax, the first made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine entered the second phase of human trials on February 26 morning.
Vietnam calls for effective vaccination campaign against COVID-19 globally, Deputy PM

Vietnam calls for effective vaccination campaign against COVID-19 globally, Deputy PM

Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh has called for closer international cooperation to effectively deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and vaccinate global citizens, while addressing an online UN Security Council session on February 17.
Covid-19 vaccines officially allowed to be imported into Vietnam

Covid-19 vaccines officially allowed to be imported into Vietnam

Vietnamese Ministry of Health, on Feb 1, officially approved the importation of Covid-19 vaccine into Vietnam. It is expected that 30 million doses will be provided in this year's first 6 months.
Volunteers receiving highest doses of Vietnam-made COVID-19 vaccine in stable health

Volunteers receiving highest doses of Vietnam-made COVID-19 vaccine in stable health

After injected the highest 75 mcg dose of Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine Nano Covax, all 20 volunteers are in stable health conditions, having no fever and only some people experience pain at the vaccinated spot.
Three volunteers to receive 75mcg dose of Made-in-Vietnam COVID-19 vaccine

Three volunteers to receive 75mcg dose of Made-in-Vietnam COVID-19 vaccine

Three volunteers are set to be injected the first shot of 75mcg dose of the Made-in-Vietnam Nanocovax vaccine on January 18, the highest quantity of the vaccine which will be trialed on participants.
Vietnam's human trials of Second Covid-19 vaccine may begin in January

Vietnam's human trials of Second Covid-19 vaccine may begin in January

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.
All three Vietnamese volunteers injected with Covid-19 vaccines healthy

All three Vietnamese volunteers injected with Covid-19 vaccines healthy

After three days vaccinated with the Nano Covax vaccine, three Vietnamese volunteers are in stable health conditions with no unusual reactions.
Made-in-Vietnam COVID-19 vaccine promises a bright prospect

Made-in-Vietnam COVID-19 vaccine promises a bright prospect

Nanogen Biopharmaceutical company is expected to end its Nanocovax vaccine’s human trials by February 2022, opening hope that Vietnamese people will be resonably vacinated against the coronavirus.
Vietnam testing COVID-19 vaccine on three volunteers

Vietnam testing COVID-19 vaccine on three volunteers

On the morning of December 17, in Hanoi, the Ministry of Health cooperated with the Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Science and Technology to organize a test injection of first made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine approved for human trials, on three volunteers.
Vietnam's COVID-19 vaccine trial: Requirements for volunteers

Vietnam's COVID-19 vaccine trial: Requirements for volunteers

In order to be selected for the COVID-19 trial process, volunteers are demaded to meet some requirements including health standard, age from 18 to 60, has no infectious diseases, no underlying disease, and no allergic status.
Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine to begin trial on 20 people from Dec 10

Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine to begin trial on 20 people from Dec 10

After a long time waiting, Vietnam’s Ministry of Health announced that the local Covid-19 vaccine would be trialed from December 10.
Vietnam to test COVID-19 vaccine on the elderly

Vietnam to test COVID-19 vaccine on the elderly

The elderly people are target subjects of the prevention and control of the COVID-19 pandemic. All COVID-19 vaccine developers and manufacturers need to prove the effectiveness of vaccines with the trials on this group.
Vietnam brings Covid-19 vaccine into human clinical trial on November

Vietnam brings Covid-19 vaccine into human clinical trial on November

Military Hospital 103 of the Vietnam Military Medical Academy will start the clinical trial of the Covid-19 vaccine this October, Zing reported.
China rapidly expands use of experimental COVID-19 vaccines

China rapidly expands use of experimental COVID-19 vaccines

The city of Jiaxing, south of Shanghai, is offering a vaccine under development by Sinovac.
Coronavirus vaccine updates: Oxford University vaccine trial halted after participant falls ill

Coronavirus vaccine updates: Oxford University vaccine trial halted after participant falls ill

Oxford University vaccine trial
Russian coronavirus vaccine results have been published

Russian coronavirus vaccine results have been published

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.
Vaccine production: a billion-dollar industry

Vaccine production: a billion-dollar industry

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.
Coronavirus crisis: WHO warns of no perfect vaccine helping stop the Covid-19

Coronavirus crisis: WHO warns of no perfect vaccine helping stop the Covid-19

The Covid-19 was the biggest emergency medical problem since the 20th century, it was unprecedented for the world to race to find vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccine's expected to have in Vietnam soon

COVID-19 vaccine's expected to have in Vietnam soon

Vietnam expects to have a safe and effective Covid-19 vaccine in October 2021 when shortening the reviewing, appraising and approving of clinical trial process as well as testing and licensing of Covid-19 vaccine.
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