Covid-19: More Vaccines Near Approval, but Global Drive Could Remain Stalled

Covid-19: More Vaccines Near Approval, but Global Drive Could Remain Stalled

Here’s what you need to know: Lining up to receive the Sinopharm vaccine in Lahore, Pakistan on Wednesday. Credit…Arif Ali/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The World Health Organization approved one Chinese-made …

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More than 13 million people in India applied for Covid-19 vaccines after minimum age lowered to 18

Syringes filled with COVISHIELD vaccine for COVID-19 lie on ice box at a primary health center in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, on April 28.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to continue appearing “in accordance with the Covid-19 protocols” and to vote during the final stage of the West Bengal state elections. Modi …

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New COVID-19 dashboard shares data on how well diagnostic tests perform against variants

New COVID-19 dashboard shares data on how well diagnostic tests perform against variants

Primarily responsible for PATH’s COVID-19 diagnostic platform from left to right: Lorraine Lillis, Scientific Program Director for Diagnostics; Neha Agarwal, Assistant Director of Diagnostics, and Olivia Halas, Program Coordinator for …

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Covid-19: Testing Declines May Be Masking Real Spread of Virus in Parts of U.S.

Covid-19: Testing Declines May Be Masking Real Spread of Virus in Parts of U.S.

Here’s what you need to know: A 24-hour vaccination event just outside New Orleans. States are shifting resources to vaccinations, reducing the ability to test.Credit…Gerald Herbert/Associated Press Declines in coronavirus …

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