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(Reuters) -Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus right now:
GENEVA/ZURICH (Reuters) - Researchers are making "good progress" in developing vaccines against COVID-19, with a handful in late-stage trials, but their first use cannot be expected until early 2021, a World Health Organization (WHO) expert said on Wednesday.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro, who has consistently downplayed the severity of the coronavirus outbreak, reiterated on Thursday that COVID-19 vaccinations will not be obligatory when they become available.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization does not expect widespread vaccinations against COVID-19 until the middle of next year, a spokeswoman said on Friday, stressing the importance of rigorous checks on their effectiveness and safety.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Five percent of Brazilians would refuse under any circumstances to take a vaccine against coronavirus and a further 20% indicated they might not take it, according to a survey published in newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo on Sunday.
Covid-19: Govt needs to determine which vulnerable, high-risk groups will be given priority for vaccination, says MMA
PETALING JAYA: The government must determine which 20% of Malaysians will be given Covid-19 vaccinations once it is made available in the country, says Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) president Dr N. Ganabaskaran.
PETALING JAYA: The government must determine which 20% of Malaysians will be given Covid-19 vaccinations once it is made available, says the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA).
YouTube said on Oct 14 it would take down content which contradicts expert consensus about Covid-19 vaccines, updating its policies on misinformation about the pandemic.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - In a warehouse near Bogota's airport, behind a heavy cold storage door, sit boxes upon boxes of lifesaving vaccines for everything from yellow fever to polio, awaiting transport to the furthest reaches of Colombia.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - The Irish government expects to be able to begin to vaccinate vulnerable people against COVID-19 in first quarter or first half of 2021, Deputy Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Sunday.