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Washington, United States, Nov 22 - The United States hopes to begin coronavirus vaccinations in early December, a top government health official said - Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today | Capitalfm.co.keWashington, United States, Nov 22 – The United States hopes to begin coronavirus vaccinations in early December, a top government health official said Sunday, the latest positive news to emerge even as cases surge across the worst-hit nation and elsewhere around the globe. The beginning of vaccinations could be a crucial shift in the battle […]

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Moderna will charge governments between Ksh.2,700 and Ksh.4,000 per dose of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, depending on the amount ordered, Chief Executive Stephane Bancel told German weekly Welt am Sonntag (WamS).Moderna will charge governments between Ksh.2,700 and Ksh.4,000 per dose of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, depending on the amount ordered, Chief Executive Stephane Bancel told German weekly Welt am Sonntag (WamS).

Moderna to charge upto Ksh.4000 for COVID-19 vaccine: CEO tells paper - Citizentv.co.ke

The United States expects to begin COVID-19 vaccinations in early December, the AFP reports quoting Moncef Slaoui, the head of the government vaccine efforts. The development comes says after Pfizer Inc said that final results from the late-stage trial of its COVID-19 vaccine show it was 95 perce

U.S. expects to begin COVID-19 vaccinations in early December: reports | CGTN Africa

India News: Trial successes from Pfizer and Moderna have buoyed hopes that a Covid-19 vaccine is coming soon.India News: Trial successes from Pfizer and Moderna have buoyed hopes that a Covid-19 vaccine is coming soon.

Astra-Oxford shot is key to escaping pandemic for many nations | India News - Times of India

How we meet the demands for mass inoculations of all nations will say a lot about usHow we meet the demands for mass inoculations of all nations will say a lot about us

Making COVID vaccines available to all | Editorials – Gulf News

The star’s $1m donation helped to fund the research that has come up with a promising coronavirus vaccineThe star’s $1m donation helped to fund the research that has come up with a promising coronavirus vaccine

Dolly Parton’s gift could put a song in all our hearts | Dolly Parton | The Guardian

Moncef Slaoui, head of a federal vaccine development programme, says the first vaccines could be shipped mid-December.Moncef Slaoui, head of a federal vaccine development programme, says the first vaccines could be shipped mid-December.

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Moncef Slaoui, the head of the US government's effort to develop a vaccine against Covid-19, said the first Americans to receive a vaccine -- if all things go according toMoncef Slaoui, the head of the US government's effort to develop a vaccine against Covid-19, said the first Americans to receive a vaccine -- if all things go according to

White House vaccine chief says first Americans could be vaccinated next month | News | wfsb.com

Hint: They stack up very closely.Hint: They stack up very closely.

How Do Pfizer's and Moderna's COVID Vaccine Results Compare? | The Motley Fool

News from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish WorldNews from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World

US expects to begin COVID-19 vaccinations in early December, official says | The Times of Israel

The statement comes shortly after US pharmaceutical company Moderna announced that it would charge countries that want to buy its candidate vaccine against COVID-19...The statement comes shortly after US pharmaceutical company Moderna announced that it would charge countries that want to buy its candidate vaccine against COVID-19...

Sputnik V COVID Vaccine Price WIll be Much Lower Than That of Pfizer, Moderna, Developers Say - Sputnik International

US to begin COVID-19 vaccinations in early DecemberThe United States hopes to begin a sweeping program of COVID-19 vaccinations in early December, the head of the government's coronavirus vaccine effort said Sunday as cases...

US to begin COVID-19 vaccinations in early December | Daily Sabah

Life-saving vaccines have not always been hidden behind patents.Life-saving vaccines have not always been hidden behind patents.

People’s vaccine - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

First the vaccines, now the bill. As G20 leaders called, at the weekend, for fair distribution, US pharma giants have started to announce how much their products will cost,. Meanwhile, Russia says its alternative will be cheaper.First the vaccines, now the bill. As G20 leaders called, at the weekend, for fair distribution, US pharma giants have started to announce how much their products will cost,. Meanwhile, Russia says its alternative will be cheaper.

Russia claims its pioneering Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine will cost less than Western rivals as US pharma giants announce price tags — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

As the weather cools, the number of infections of the COVID-19 pandemic are rising sharply. Hamstrung by pandemic fatigue, economic constraints, and political discord, public health officials have struggled to control the surging pandemic.As the weather cools, the number of infections of the COVID-19 pandemic are rising sharply. Hamstrung by pandemic fatigue, economic constraints, and political discord, public health officials have struggled to control the surging pandemic.

Here's How Pfizer's And Moderna's Breakthrough COVID-19 Vaccines Work

Moderna's Chief Executive Stephane Bancel has stated that the drugmaker will charge governments between $25 and $37 per dose of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate.Moderna's Chief Executive Stephane Bancel has stated that the drugmaker will charge governments between $25 and $37 per dose of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate.

Moderna to charge governments $25-$37 per Covid-19 vaccine dose; close to deal with EU

Russia's COVID-19 vaccine candidate, called Sputnik V, is expected to start human trials in India soon | NewsBytesRussia's COVID-19 vaccine candidate, called Sputnik V, is expected to start human trials in India soon | NewsBytes

Russia's Sputnik V to start human trials in India soon | NewsBytes

The price per dose of the Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V will be much lower than that of the vaccines of US drug giants Pfizer and Moderna, said the Russian vaccine's official Twitter account on Sunday.The price per dose of the Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V will be much lower than that of the vaccines of US drug giants Pfizer and Moderna, said the Russian vaccine's official Twitter account on Sunday.

Sputnik V Firm Says Its COVID-19 Vaccine Cheaper Than Pfizer, Moderna

Moderna’s Chief Executive Officer Stephane Bancel said that they will charge the government between $25 and $37 per dose of its COVID-19 vaccine depending on the amount ordered, Reuters reported.US biotech company Moderna had said that early data shows that their COVID-19 vaccine candidate is 94.5 % effective.

COVID-19: Moderna to Charge $25-$37 Per Dose for its Vaccine

DNA Special: How deadly COVID has left people debt-ridden - Coronavirus is a trap that has engulfed people and there seems to be no way out. It has led people to the untold misery of death, debt, ill-health.DNA Special: How deadly COVID has left people debt-ridden - Coronavirus is a trap that has engulfed people and there seems to be no way out. It has led people to the untold misery of death, debt, ill-health.

DNA Special: How deadly COVID has left people debt-ridden

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Hopes for a speedy coronavirus vaccine have been boosted with announcements that two potential candidates are more than 90 per cent effective. Hopes for a speedy coronavirus vaccine have been boosted with announcements that two potential candidates are more than 90 per cent effective.

Moderna, Pfizer explained: When Australia will see a COVID vaccine

On the whole, commodities have generally reacted positively to vaccine progress, however, the gains are unlikely to persist if the virus situation continues to worsen.On the whole, commodities have generally reacted positively to vaccine progress, however, the gains are unlikely to persist if the virus situation continues to worsen.

Commodities on shaky ground as vaccine progress counters surge in virus cases

Pfizer and Moderna recently announced their phase III COVID vaccine trial results, each declaring their candidates more than 90 percent effective and safe for use. This uplifting news couldn't have come at a more desperate time, as America's coronavirus death toll tragically topped a quarter of a million people this week. Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), spoke with NPR's Morning Edition to shed light on what might come next: chiefly, when the first doses of the COVID vaccine will become available, and who will be first in line to be inoculated once they are. Read on to hear what he had to say, and for more on the COVID vaccine, check out Dr. Fauci Says This Many People Need to Get Vaccinated to Stop COVID."The timeline of getting the doses into the vials and available for vaccination are going to be a graded process," Fauci began. "It's not going to happen all at once." As he explained, both candidates are currently in the process of filing for emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and pursuing licensure. The first round of vaccinations could be given as soon as the end of next month—meaning Dec. 2020—to people on a "priority list" that will be determined by an advisory committee and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).The list, Fauci said, will be driven by dual purposes of protecting those most at risk and reopening the economy. Read on to find out who will likely top the list, and for more advice from Fauci, check out the 4 Places Dr. Fauci Says He Wouldn't Go Right Now.Read the original article on Best Life. 1 Heath care workers"We hope that we'll be getting vaccine into people [in December]," Fauci told NPR. "The recommendation of who that will be will be finalized by the CDC—[but it] likely will be health care workers." And for more updates on getting inoculated, You Need to Quit This Bad Habit Before Getting a COVID Vaccine, Study Says. 2 People who are high riskIn the same breath, Fauci mentioned that "people who are at a high risk for serious disease" will also be prioritized.As someone who is over the age of 65, 79-year-old Fauci is considered to be in a high-risk group. People often ask him when he'll personally feel comfortable getting a vaccine, and his answer when asked by The New York Times recently was encouraging: "It's pretty easy when you have vaccines that are 95 percent effective. Can't get much better than that," he said. And if you're curious about how the trials are going, check out This Is What Getting a COVID Vaccine Feels Like, Volunteers Say. 3 TeachersNPR interviewer Rachel Martin asked Fauci if teachers would be high on the list for the COVID vaccine, to which Fauci said, "Oh, absolutely." The Wall Street Journal argued this week that vaccinating teachers directly after health care workers would be a "vital" step in our efforts to restart the U.S. economy. And for more news on kids and COVID, check out The CDC Just Quietly Removed Its Most Controversial Guidelines. 4 Child care providersIn referring to teachers, Fauci also confirmed that child care providers will be high priority for the COVID vaccine. And for more regular updates on the pandemic, sign up for our daily newsletter. 5 People who are deemed important to society In further explaining the CDC's graded list, which has yet to be confirmed, Fauci said, "It will be a list in which you go from people who are either at a highest risk or are important to society." He didn't specify who exactly.Then, after vaccinating the priority group, the general population can expect access to the COVID vaccine "by the time you get to, let's say, the end of April, the beginning of May, June, July, as we get into the second quarter," Fauci said. And for who will be much lower on the list, check out If You're This Age, You May Be Last to Get the COVID Vaccine, Fauci Says.Pfizer and Moderna recently announced their phase III COVID vaccine trial results, each declaring their candidates more than 90 percent effective and safe for use. This uplifting news couldn't have come at a more desperate time, as America's coronavirus death toll tragically topped a quarter of a million people this week. Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), spoke with NPR's Morning Edition to shed light on what might come next: chiefly, when the first doses of the COVID vaccine will become available, and who will be first in line to be inoculated once they are. Read on to hear what he had to say, and for more on the COVID vaccine, check out Dr. Fauci Says This Many People Need to Get Vaccinated to Stop COVID."The timeline of getting the doses into the vials and available for vaccination are going to be a graded process," Fauci began. "It's not going to happen all at once." As he explained, both candidates are currently in the process of filing for emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and pursuing licensure. The first round of vaccinations could be given as soon as the end of next month—meaning Dec. 2020—to people on a "priority list" that will be determined by an advisory committee and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).The list, Fauci said, will be driven by dual purposes of protecting those most at risk and reopening the economy. Read on to find out who will likely top the list, and for more advice from Fauci, check out the 4 Places Dr. Fauci Says He Wouldn't Go Right Now.Read the original article on Best Life. 1 Heath care workers"We hope that we'll be getting vaccine into people [in December]," Fauci told NPR. "The recommendation of who that will be will be finalized by the CDC—[but it] likely will be health care workers." And for more updates on getting inoculated, You Need to Quit This Bad Habit Before Getting a COVID Vaccine, Study Says. 2 People who are high riskIn the same breath, Fauci mentioned that "people who are at a high risk for serious disease" will also be prioritized.As someone who is over the age of 65, 79-year-old Fauci is considered to be in a high-risk group. People often ask him when he'll personally feel comfortable getting a vaccine, and his answer when asked by The New York Times recently was encouraging: "It's pretty easy when you have vaccines that are 95 percent effective. Can't get much better than that," he said. And if you're curious about how the trials are going, check out This Is What Getting a COVID Vaccine Feels Like, Volunteers Say. 3 TeachersNPR interviewer Rachel Martin asked Fauci if teachers would be high on the list for the COVID vaccine, to which Fauci said, "Oh, absolutely." The Wall Street Journal argued this week that vaccinating teachers directly after health care workers would be a "vital" step in our efforts to restart the U.S. economy. And for more news on kids and COVID, check out The CDC Just Quietly Removed Its Most Controversial Guidelines. 4 Child care providersIn referring to teachers, Fauci also confirmed that child care providers will be high priority for the COVID vaccine. And for more regular updates on the pandemic, sign up for our daily newsletter. 5 People who are deemed important to society In further explaining the CDC's graded list, which has yet to be confirmed, Fauci said, "It will be a list in which you go from people who are either at a highest risk or are important to society." He didn't specify who exactly.Then, after vaccinating the priority group, the general population can expect access to the COVID vaccine "by the time you get to, let's say, the end of April, the beginning of May, June, July, as we get into the second quarter," Fauci said. And for who will be much lower on the list, check out If You're This Age, You May Be Last to Get the COVID Vaccine, Fauci Says.

These 5 People Will Get the COVID Vaccine First, Dr. Fauci Says

Countries like Russia and China have pledged to share their vaccines with other nations in need. . Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -Countries like Russia and China have pledged to share their vaccines with other nations in need. . Read more at straitstimes.com.

Trump stays mum on sharing Covid-19 vaccines as leaders pledge to do so, United States News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Sponsored content provided by UCHealth. Early results from clinical trials have shown that vaccines may be nearly 95% effective in preventing the transmission of COVID-19. An independent safety and data monitoring board reported this week that...Sponsored content provided by UCHealth. Early results from clinical trials have shown that vaccines may be nearly 95% effective in preventing the transmission of COVID-19. An independent safety and data monitoring board reported this week that...

UCHealth coronavirus vaccine trials continue as hospitals prepare for mass vaccination | CraigDailyPress.com

A vaccine has the potential to protect many people from this devastating virus, but it will take time for it to work, says Julian Daniel Sunday Willett.A vaccine has the potential to protect many people from this devastating virus, but it will take time for it to work, says Julian Daniel Sunday Willett.

COMMENTARY: How Pfizer’s and Moderna’s mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines work - National | Globalnews.ca

A large donation made in April by Dolly Parton caught the attention of social media users after Moderna announced a promising new COVID-19 vaccine.A large donation made in April by Dolly Parton caught the attention of social media users after Moderna announced a promising new COVID-19 vaccine.

Fact check: Dolly Parton donated to Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine studies

Earlier, Moderna’s Chief Executive Stephane Bancel told German weekly Welt am Sonntag (WamS) that the company will charge governments between $25 and $37 per dose of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, depending on the amount ordered.Earlier, Moderna’s Chief Executive Stephane Bancel told German weekly Welt am Sonntag (WamS) that the company will charge governments between $25 and $37 per dose of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate,

'Sputnik V to cost less than Pfizer and Moderna's Covid-19 vaccines' | Deccan Herald

Pfizer and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines are based on an as-yet unapproved technology. So beyond this pandemic, how might these and similar vaccines protect us against other diseases?Pfizer and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines are based on an as-yet unapproved technology. So beyond this pandemic, how might these and similar vaccines protect us against other diseases?

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The U.S. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that coronavirus cases are “rapidly rising” across the country.The U.S. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that coronavirus cases are “rapidly rising” across the country.

Coronavirus | First Americans ‘could get vaccine on December 11 or 12’, says White House vaccine chief - The Hindu

Our recap of important vaccine news this week, from the apparent confusion around how many doses Canada is getting and when, to how a country music ic...Our recap of important vaccine news this week, from the apparent confusion around how many doses Canada is getting and when, to how a country music ic...

The Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine candidate needs to be stored at -70 degree Celsius, which is impractical in India, while the one by Moderna requires to be kept at -20 degree Celsius.The Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine candidate needs to be stored at -70 degree Celsius, which is impractical in India, while the one by Moderna requires to be kept at -20 degree Celsius.

Financial constraints, logistical issues may leave Moderna, Pfizer vaccines ineffective in India- The New Indian Express

The recent high efficacy rates of the both Moderna and Pfizer's coronavirus vaccines has sparked hope and also highlighted the potential success of mRNA vaccines — a first for the new platform that could change vaccinology. The recent high efficacy rates of the both Moderna and Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccines has sparked hope and also highlighted the potential success of mRNA vaccines — a first for the new platfor…

Pfizer and Moderna vaccines showing potential success of mRNA platform - a first

Moderna will charge governments between $25 and $37 per dose of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, depending on the amount ordered, Chief Executive Steph..Moderna will charge governments between $25 and $37 per dose of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, depending on the amount ordered, Chief Executive Steph..

Moderna to charge $25-$37 for Covid-19 vaccine: CEO, Health News, ET HealthWorld

The requirements of Pfizer's shots create a "use it or lose it" situation.

How thousands of scarce Covid shots could go to waste - POLITICO

Moderna coronavirus vaccine to cost Rs 1855 to Rs 2755, Moderna coronavirus vaccine cost, moderna latest news, Us company moderna, coronavirus vaccine moderna, moderna covid 19 vaccine price, us coronavirus vaccines price, moderana coronavirus vaccine prices, us coronavirus vaccine, vaccine covid Moderna's Chief Executive Stephane Bancel said that his company will charge governments between Rs. 1855 (USD 25) and Rs. 2755 (USD 37) per dose of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate. Talking to German weekly Welt am Sonntag (WamS), Barcel said that the price of the coronavirus vaccine will depend on the amount of doses ordered by the governments.

Moderna to charge Rs 1855-Rs 2755 per dose for its COVID-19 vaccine: CEO | World News – India TV

Hawaii health officials are hopeful the first round of COVID-19 vaccines could be distributed before the end of 2020. There are two vaccine candidates, one by Pfizer and the other by Moderna.Hawaii health officials are hopeful the first round of COVID-19 vaccines could be distributed before the end of 2020. There are two vaccine candidates, one by Pfizer and the other by Moderna.

Hawaii could get first round of COVID vaccines in several weeks

In India, five Covid-19 vaccine candidates are in advanced stages of development. Four of the vaccine candidates are undergoing the phase II and III and another one phase I and II of trials.In India, five Covid-19 vaccine candidates are in advanced stages of development. Four of the vaccine candidates are undergoing the phase II and III and another one phase I and II of trials.

Human trials of Russia’s Covid-19 vaccine candidate to begin in India this week - india news - Hindustan Times

Given the regulatory timeline, Dec. 13 is the earliest the first round of vaccine against the coronavirus could start to be given to select Americans.Given the regulatory timeline, Dec. 13 is the earliest the first round of vaccine against the coronavirus could start to be given to select Americans.

Pfizer's COVID vaccine: What's the earliest day it could be available?

Moderna Says Will Charge Between $25 And $37 Per Dose of Its Vaccine, to Strike Deal With EU SoonOur vaccine therefore costs about the same as a flu shot, which is between $10 and $50, Reuters quoted Chief Executive Stephane Bancel as saying.

Moderna Says Will Charge Between $25 And $37 Per Dose of Its Vaccine, to Strike Deal With EU Soon

The chief adviser to the Trump administration’s Operation Warp Speed said Sunday that it is “unfortunate” that the COVID-19 vaccine “has been politicized.”The chief adviser to the Trump administration’s Operation Warp Speed said Sunday that it is “unfortunate” that the COVID-19 vaccine “has been politicized.”

Vaccine czar: 'Unfortunate' that COVID-19 vaccine 'has been politicized' | TheHill