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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson on Wednesday began a 60,000-person trial of an experimental single-shot COVID-19 vaccine that, if proven effective, could simplify distribution of millions of doses compared with leading rivals requiring two doses.
TOKYO (AFP): The maker of anti-influenza drug Avigan said Wednesday (Sept 23) it will apply for the medication to be approved for treating coronavirus patients after trials showed it can shorten recovery time.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Wednesday reported 6,431 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, its highest daily increase since July 13.
SINGAPORE, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- A robot dog called Spot started patrolling Bishan Park in Singapore to remind people of safe distancing measures and detect whether visitors wear masks as part of measures against the spread of COVID-19.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Fujifilm Holdings Corp <4901.T> said on Wednesday a late-stage study of its antiviral drug Avigan showed it reduced recovery times for COVID-19 patients with non-severe symptoms, boosting expectations for regulatory approval in Japan.
Americans that get the first Covid-19 vaccines will be closely monitored by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through daily text messages and emails, according to a federal advisory group.
In conjunction with Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September, we highlight the inspiring stories of two childhood brain cancer survivors.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin told the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday that the World Health Organization should be strengthened to coordinate the global response to the coronavirus pandemic and proposed a high-level conference on vaccine cooperation.
NEW YORK: Optimism that vaccines are on the way to end the Covid-19 pandemic has been a major factor in this year’s US stock resurgence. That will face a critical test in coming weeks, as investors await clinical data on whether they actually work.
PETALING JAYA: A swimming competition while the Covid-19 outbreak is still a big worry throughout the world is the last thing national coach Chris Martin had expected.