08:45 | 06/04/2022
Vietnam News Today (Apr. 6): Covid-19: New cases on April 5 total 54,995; Vietnam effectively working on socio-economic recovery, development: PM; Vietnam-developed Covid-19 vaccine candidates now in clinical trials; Vietjet offers promotional tickets on several int'l routes.
00:46 | 15/09/2021
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.
15:33 | 26/02/2021
Nano Covax, the first made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine entered the second phase of human trials on February 26 morning.
16:03 | 18/02/2021
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.
16:25 | 01/02/2021
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.
16:28 | 19/01/2021
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.
10:12 | 12/01/2021
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.
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.
15:29 | 21/12/2020
After three days vaccinated with the Nano Covax vaccine, three Vietnamese volunteers are in stable health conditions with no unusual reactions.
14:41 | 19/12/2020
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.
14:38 | 17/12/2020
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.
16:30 | 09/12/2020
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.
17:40 | 06/12/2020
After a long time waiting, Vietnam’s Ministry of Health announced that the local Covid-19 vaccine would be trialed from December 10.
09:40 | 20/11/2020
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.
16:17 | 02/11/2020
Military Hospital 103 of the Vietnam Military Medical Academy will start the clinical trial of the Covid-19 vaccine this October, Zing reported.
14:00 | 18/10/2020
The city of Jiaxing, south of Shanghai, is offering a vaccine under development by Sinovac.
16:00 | 09/09/2020
Oxford University vaccine trial
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.
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.
09:19 | 04/08/2020
The Covid-19 was the biggest emergency medical problem since the 20th century, it was unprecedented for the world to race to find vaccines.
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