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Vaccines are one of the most important and effective methods of preventing potentially deadly infectious diseases from spreading among us.
SINGAPORE/NEW YORK/MELBOURNE: Lockdowns to slow the coronavirus pandemic are pummelling gas demand in the world's biggest buyers of liquefied natural gas (LNG), pushing Asia's spot prices to record lows and forcing some suppliers to start cutting output
Higher fares, fewer routes, preflight health checks and less free food: The coronavirus pandemic is ushering in a new era of air travel.
Government and corporate leaders will have their preparation and resolve tested when the world limps out of lockdown.
One of the vaccines in clinical trials could enter emergency use for groups such as health workers by September, official saysSix candidates worldwide are being trialled, according to the WHO
(Reuters) - With much of the world living in lockdown, the spread of the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that was first detected in China late last year is beginning to slow in some places. As of April 23, 2.7 million had been infected and 192,000 killed by COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.
Up to 800 Vietnamese frontline healthcare workers have agreed to take part in a clinical trial designed to test the effectiveness of a tuberculosis vaccine against Covid-19.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Up to 800 Vietnamese frontline healthcare workers have agreed to take part in a clinical trial designed to test the effectiveness of a tuberculosis vaccine against Covid-19.
From diabetes to liver cirrhosis, these five diseases round out the top 10 deadliest diseases worldwide.
(Reuters) - There is no vaccine against the novel coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2, that is spreading rapidly around the world. But scientists in several countries are testing a century-old tuberculosis (TB) vaccine to see if it might boost the immune system to reduce respiratory symptoms in people who get new coronavirus infections.