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Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine Trial is Fully Enrolled with 37% Minorities

Moderna anticipates that it may have sufficient data to seek a regulatory OK in November

Herd Protection is Ethical Way to Stop COVID-19 Pandemic

Never before have we reached herd immunity via natural infection with a novel virus, and COVID-19 is a novel virus.

Watch Meeting of Advisory Committee on COVID-19 Vaccine Held 10/22

The development of safe and effective vaccines to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection and/or COVID-19 is essential to help bring the pandemic under control.

How the FDA Stood Up To Trump

FDA and Scientists Say 'No' to Trump Pandemic Instructions https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1318733786448908288?s=20 Health Editor's Note: As VT has reported, Trump has openly accused the FDA of trying to...

Trump Attempts to Rebrand ‘Emergency Authorization’ for COVID-19 Vaccine

The administration proposed labeling a Covid-19 vaccine authorization a ‘pre-licensure,’ which FDA says would undermine its procedures.

Lancet Publishes Russia’s COVID-19 Vaccine Findings

Because of the rapid global spread of SARS-CoV-2 infection and the high mortality rate, development of a vaccine is an urgent task.

WHO: Probably No Widespread COVID-19 Vaccinations Until Mid-2021

None of the candidate vaccines in advanced clinical trials so far has demonstrated a “clear signal” of efficacy at the level of at least 50% sought by the WHO

Sorry Trump: No Coronavirus Vaccine by Election Day

Yea, get your scientific information from the news media!

Trump Refuses to Join WHO-Linked Effort To Develop COVID-19 Vaccine

The Trump administration said it will not join a global effort to develop, manufacture and equitably distribute a coronavirus vaccine, in part because the World Health Organization is involved.

Coronavirus Re-Infections Raise Questions About Immunity

Re-infection has raised fears about the efficacy of potential vaccines against the virus

Washington Post Tracks 200 Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines

Tracking 200 experimental vaccines to combat COVID-19

Attack on Russian COVID-19 Vaccine: Just Another ‘Cold War’ Tactic

Russia Claims They are Being Negatively Targeted for Their COVID-19 Vaccine. https://twitter.com/Newsweek/status/1296478624275738624?s=20 Health Editor's Note: The idea that there is an "information war" against the Russian...

Russia Has First Vaccine for COVID-19: Is It Safe?

Experts have voiced unease over Moscow's rapid approval process for the vaccine.

Operation Warp Speed: Accelerate Development/Production of COVID-19 Vaccine

OWS aims to deliver up to 300 million doses of a safe and effective vaccine for COVID-19 in early 2021, as part of a broader strategy to accelerate the development, manufacturing, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics (collectively known as countermeasures).

Coronavirus Vaccine by the End of the 2020?

Massive testing effort involving more than 100,000 volunteers and a half dozen or so of the most promising vaccine candidates in an effort to deliver a safe and effective one by the end of 2020.

Merck Developing Two Different COVID-19 Vaccines and Antiviral

According to the World Health Organization’s latest table of COVID-19 vaccines, 124 candidates are at various stages of development with eight different technologies, or platforms.

AstraZeneca: First Agreements to Supply at Least 400 million Doses of...

More than $1bn US BARDA investment to support development and production of the vaccine

Investigational Vaccine Protects Monkeys Against COVID-19 Pneumonia

The vaccine was developed at the University of Oxford Jenner Institute.

NIH: ‘No Single COVID-19 Vaccine Is Likely to Meet Global Need’

The authors emphasize that developing COVID-19 vaccines will require unprecedented cooperation from governments, academic institutions, industry, and global philanthropic partners

The Race for a Coronavirus Vaccine

Oxford University leaps ahead in coronavirus vaccine

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