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SINGAPORE, Nov 28 (The Straits Times/ANN): With at least three drugs seeking emergency use authorisation, Singapore need not bank on a specific candidate.
NAIROBI, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- A Kenyan immunization expert on Friday urged African governments to take tangible actions to ensure the continent has equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccines once they become available.
AFTER gloves, a slew of listed and unlisted companies have jump on the bandwagon to procure and distribute Covid-19 vaccine for Malaysia. The vaccines are largely sourced from pharmaceutical producers based in China and Taiwan.
AMID a short working week in the United States in conjunction with Thanksgiving holiday, the dollar weakened by 0.43% to 91.99 – hitting the lowest level since January 2018 on the back of easing political noises after President Trump accepted that President-elect Joe Biden’s transition into the White House must begin as well as ongoing vaccine optimism.
LONDON (Reuters): AstraZeneca is likely to run an additional global trial to assess the efficacy of its Covid-19 vaccine, its chief executive Pascal Soriot was quoted as saying on Thursday (Nov 26) after questions over the results from its late-stage study.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): British technology company Dyson is planning for a new advanced manufacturing hub in Singapore, as part of a £2.75 billion (S$4.93 billion) investment which will include the United Kingdom and the Philippines.
SCHIPHOL AIRPORT, Netherlands (Reuters) - In cavernous cold-storage warehouses at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, KLM workers are gearing up for a surge next year in COVID-19 vaccine cargos that will need to be flown around the world at ultra-low temperatures.
KOTA SAMARAHAN: A centre for infectious diseases will be set up in Sarawak under the 12th Malaysia Plan to conduct research and development, says Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
LONDON (Reuters) - The COVID-19-causing coronavirus is mutating as it spreads around the world in the pandemic, but none of the mutations currently documented appears to be making it able to spread more rapidly, scientists said on Wednesday.