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Oxford COVID-19 vaccine data may go to regulators this year

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine data may go to regulators this year

10:29 | 26/08/2020

Clinical trials for the Oxford coronavirus vaccine may provide enough safety and efficacy data for it to be given to regulators this year, but corners cannot be cut to speed up approval for emergency use, lead scientist of the trials said Tuesday.

Covid-19 vaccine will not be a magic bullet, mask-wearing still be critical

Covid-19 vaccine will not be a magic bullet, mask-wearing still be critical

14:45 | 09/08/2020

As countries are rushing to research and produce vaccines that can put a swift end to Covid-19 pandemic, health experts still warned that vaccines are not the magic bullet but some basic preventive measures including hand-washing, mask-wearing and social distancing are still critical to contain the contagion of the deathly virus, according to SCMP. 

Remdesivir approved for COVID-19 treatment in Japan

Remdesivir approved for COVID-19 treatment in Japan

02:57 | 09/05/2020

Japan on Thursday became the second country, after the US, to authorise the antiviral drug remdesivir to treat coronavirus patients, the governent said, concurently concurently eyeing to approving another medication Avigan this month.

Japan to approve Remdesivir for coronavirus treatment this May

Japan to approve Remdesivir for coronavirus treatment this May

10:38 | 28/04/2020

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday (April 27) that Japan will soon approve the anti-viral drug remdesivir for the treatment of coronavirus patients, while a government official said separately that the drug will be approved as early as next month, reported Kyodo News.

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