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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ocugen Inc seeks to sell 100 million doses of India's state-backed COVID-19 vaccine COVAXIN in the United States this year, the U.S. firm's chief executive Shankar Musunuri told Reuters on Monday.
PUTRAJAYA: With over 300,000 people in Malaysia vaccinated for Covid-19 in the past three weeks, things are looking bright in the battle against the pandemic.
THE Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) recently partnered with Asean digital champion airasia to launch an urban drone delivery sandbox, which will be deployed over the next six months.
PETALING JAYA: By the end of March, the country would receive 1,000,350 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
PETALING JAYA: Community and business leaders, or even social media influencers, have a role to play in encouraging Malaysians to register for the Covid-19 vaccine, says the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA).
PETALING JAYA: Community leaders have a role to play in encouraging Malaysians to register for the Covid-19 vaccine, says the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA).
GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization on Friday approved the emergency listing of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine, giving its seal of approval to expedite use especially in countries with weaker regulatory agencies.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission chief regulatory officer Zulkarnain Mohd Yasin said the Emergency Ordinance has enough “built-in control mechanisms”, such as confirming officers from various authorities and allowance for judicial reviews, which would guard it from being abused.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Travel across Brazil and you'll spot signs almost everywhere for BR Distribuidora, the owner of South America's largest gas station chain. The familiar green-and-yellow logo of the company, formerly a unit of state oil giant Petrobras, is a fixture in big cities and hamlets alike.
Special Report: Insider alleges Eli Lilly blocked her efforts to sound alarms about U.S. drug factory
(Reuters) - On a chilly spring morning in 2019, Amrit Mula arrived in her office at pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co’s factory in Branchburg, New Jersey, to find a desk drawer open that she had kept locked. Her files were missing.