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Oxford-developed vaccine shows promising signs that it can fight COVID-19

Oxford-developed vaccine shows promising signs that it can fight COVID-19

During the phase I/II trials, the researchers said the vaccine has been evaluated in more than 1,000 healthy adult volunteers aged between 18 and 55 years in a randomised controlled trial. The mRNA-...

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Toronto, Peel left behind as more of Ontario to enter Stage 3

However, Toronto, Peel and Windsor-Essex will be held back in Stage 2 for at least one more week, as the province waits for four full weeks of COVID-19 data from the re-opening. Most of Windsor Esse...

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Oxford-Italian vaccine has strong immune response

Oxford-Italian vaccine has strong immune response

There were no serious adverse effects from the vaccine , the report said . There are 11 vaccines that have entered the second phase. Most vaccines must go through the same process before the...

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Lockdown fatigue, ’invincibility’ causing more COVID-19 infections in young people

Lockdown fatigue, ’invincibility’ causing more COVID-19 infections in young people

Scientists have identified six primary forms of the disease caused by the coronavirus , Sky News reports, citing a study by king's College London . The fifth duplicate the symptoms of the previous o...

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Boris Johnson pushes ahead with removing social distancing in England by Christmas

Boris Johnson pushes ahead with removing social distancing in England by Christmas

Trials will also begin of larger gatherings in places like sports stadiums "with a view to a wider reopening in the autumn". It is possible to deliver a return to normality by Christmas, but it depe...

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Human trial of coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine underway at AIIMS in Patna

Human trial of coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine underway at AIIMS in Patna

During the trial researchers would examine the vaccine's efficacy with a single dose as well a double dose on the 1st and 14th day. The department has launched a dedicated email ID and phone number ...

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Central Drugs Body Showcauses Glenmark Over False Claim And Pricing Of FabiFlu

DCGI Somani, who heads India's drug regulatory body Central Drugs Standards Control Organisation (CDSO), enclosed the representation from the legislator in the letter and sought a clarification from G...

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Australian city to make mask-wearing compulsory

Australian city to make mask-wearing compulsory

Mr Drum is calling on Mr Andrews to shrink the lockdown that now exists at the Victorian border to envelop and lockdown Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. FEDERAL Member for Nicholls Damian Drum is calli...

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Scientists identify six different 'types' of Covid-19

Scientists identify six different 'types' of Covid-19

This is thanks to the analysis of the data on symptoms collected by an app in charge of monitoring infected patients. The results showed six specific clusters of symptoms, which according to the res...

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Slight uptick in Ontario COVID-19 cases as Stage 3 reopening underway

Slight uptick in Ontario COVID-19 cases as Stage 3 reopening underway

The province's network of labs processed almost 27,000 tests on Saturday, Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott said in a tweet. The new daily count represent a 0.4 per cent increase, with Peel ...

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Australia hopes to lure Hollywood studios with virus success

Australia hopes to lure Hollywood studios with virus success

Mr Morrison explained the Government couldn't ignore the threat to parliamentarians, the employees, the employees over the parliament, along with the wider community of the ACT. It would have been the...

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Ten new cases of Covid-19, with no further deaths

Ten new cases of Covid-19, with no further deaths

Ronan Glynn , is appealing to people to redouble their efforts over the next week. There is now a total of 25,760 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Ireland. We face a very uncertain next few months and...

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San Diego County logs 625 new cases, six more COVID-19 deaths

Bihar health minister said that the state is increasing its testing capabilities and asked citizens not to panic. Jackson County Public Health is reporting 16 new cases for today, Sunday July 19th. Te...

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U.S. sets another virus record with 77,638 new cases - Johns Hopkins

U.S. sets another virus record with 77,638 new cases - Johns Hopkins

The World Health Organisation is again posting a single-day record of new confirmed coronavirus cases. The back-to-back records come as many nations struggle with new waves of infections after loosen...

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Scientists Identify Six Types of Coronavirus with Increasing Severity Levels

Someone who has analyzed optimistic for Covid-19 and has indicators may possibly discontinue isolation 10 times right after the indications to start with appeared so lengthy as 24 hours have passed si...

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85 infants have tested positive for COVID-19 in Texas

85 infants have tested positive for COVID-19 in Texas

The babies, all under 1-year-old, are from Nueces County, which houses Corpus Christi, about 145 miles southeast from San Antonio, Annette Rodriguez , director of public health for Corpus Christi Neu...

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Researchers create coating, which destroys coronavirus in an hour

Researchers create coating, which destroys coronavirus in an hour

Scientists have confirmed for the first time that the novel coronavirus behind the COVID-19 pandemic can not be transmitted to people by mosquitoes, a finding that adds evidence to WHO's claim tha...

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Bharat Biotech Starts Human Trials Of Anti-Covid Vaccine In Haryana

Bharat Biotech Starts Human Trials Of Anti-Covid Vaccine In Haryana

This clinical trial is being conducted under very strict rules. "There were no adverse effects", he said. It said controlled infection trials could be ethically acceptable if they met certain criter...

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Seven Indian pharma players race to develop Covid-19 vaccine

Seven Indian pharma players race to develop Covid-19 vaccine

According to Bharat Biotech, The Phase 1 clinical trial for Covaxin has been initiated across the country from July 15 onwards, and this is a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical tria...

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CSL responds to inaccurate reports on Queensland COVID-19 vaccine supply

CSL responds to inaccurate reports on Queensland COVID-19 vaccine supply

New Delhi: The largest human trial of the Corona vaccine COVAXIN is scheduled to begin today at AIIMS, New Delhi . We are launching the enrollment process from Monday. It is hoped that up to 15,000 ...

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The NSW Government Has Announced Tighter Restrictions on Cafes, Restaurants and Clubs

The surge in COVID-19 cases dents any hope of a quick economic rebound in Australia and may dash hopes of a "travel bubble" with neighbor New Zealand set for September. People who dined at the Bateman...

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Australia's Victoria requires masks for Melbourne hit by COVID-19

Australia's Victoria requires masks for Melbourne hit by COVID-19

The hard lockdown on the public housing tower at 33 Alfred Street, North Melbourne ends tonight, said Premier Andrews. About 60 people in Sydney face a fine of $1,000 each after attending a party ...

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U.S. records 60,207 cases in 24 hours, reports Johns Hopkins

Meanwhile, the death toll rose by 974, taking the country's total to 138,201. The US remains the worst-hit country with more than 3.6 million infections, while the death toll there exceeds 139,100...

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Australia's Victoria state reports 363 new coronavirus cases

Australia's Victoria state reports 363 new coronavirus cases

Face masks or face coverings will be mandatory for people who leave their homes for the four legal reasons in metropolitan Melbourne and in the Mitchell Shire from 11.59pm on Wednesday, Mr Andrews sai...

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J&J's profit slides 35% as coronavirus forces hospitals to forgo elective surgeries

J&J's profit slides 35% as coronavirus forces hospitals to forgo elective surgeries

J&J earned $3.63 billion, or $1.36 per share, during the three months ended June 30, a 34.6% drop from $5.6 billion a year earlier as sales in its medical device unit fell, the company said Thursday. ...

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McPherson County reports three additional cases of COVID-19

McPherson County reports three additional cases of COVID-19

Individuals who travel to hot spots in the country, those areas where higher rates of confirmed COVID-19 cases are reported, are strongly encouraged to get tested for COVID-19 five to seven days after...

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OH reports 1,542 new cases of coronavirus, 20 new deaths

OH reports 1,542 new cases of coronavirus, 20 new deaths

OH again set a new record for most new cases added in one day. The previous record was last Friday, when there were 1,525 new cases. In addition, the state is also reporting 4,105 "probable cases"...

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CPD Arrest Two Juveniles for Friday Morning Homicide in Downtown Charleston

CPD Arrest Two Juveniles for Friday Morning Homicide in Downtown Charleston

One of the suspects was also charged with possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a violent crime. The Charleston County Coroner's Office identified the victim as 63-year-old Thomas ...

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Scientists identify six different types of coronavirus with increasing severity levels

Scientists identify six different types of coronavirus with increasing severity levels

They used data gathered from 1,600 Covid patients in the United Kingdom and USA between March and April. A continuous cough, fever and loss of smell are the three main symptoms of the virus but othe...

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NYC will enter phase 4 reopening Monday

NYC will enter phase 4 reopening Monday

Several regions, including Central New York, entered the phase in June. That is a hallmark for us. New York City has reached a major milestone in its COVID-19 fight. The outdoor spaces on Liberty Is...

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NSW Will Tighten Some Restrictions on Indoor Gatherings from July 24

NSW Will Tighten Some Restrictions on Indoor Gatherings from July 24

Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said quote, "we are in the fight of our lives". "This is the time to be vigilant - we need people to come forward and be tested even if they have the mildest of symptom...

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Three further Covid-19 deaths, 34 new cases

Three further Covid-19 deaths, 34 new cases

Taking into account that number, and the 347 who died in care homes, it means the deaths of people normally resident in care homes account for half (50.5%) of all Covid-19 related deaths. Chief medica...

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Walmart shopper pulls gun on man in dispute over mask

Walmart shopper pulls gun on man in dispute over mask

That's when the unmasked man gives the shopper the middle finger before pulling a handgun from his waistband, the sheriff's office said. In the video , a young girl reaches for the masked man's han...

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Alberta confirms 105 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, 2 additional deaths

Outbreaks are now being reported at a family gathering in La Crete, Edmonton's Misericordia Community Hospital and the Good Samaritan (Southgate) Long Term Care home, Medicine Hat's South Country Vill...

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Where 15 new NSW cases were from

Anyone who has visited Stockland Mall in the past 14 days should watch out for respiratory symptoms and seek testing. "We have got a growing list of places that people should review regularly to see...

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