Oxford's COVID-19 vaccine trial results 'definitely' before Christmas: investigator

Grant Boone
November 24, 2020

While US officials say they plan to have millions of doses ready by the end of the year, a vaccine is not expected to be widely distributed until next spring.

Speaking during an interview after the initial announcement, Ogbuagu said a lot of work still needs to be done to reassure people that the vaccine is safe. This is in addition to the 1 billion syringes that need to be transported by sea-freight. United States admiral's undercover visit to Taiwan certain to annoy ChinaBlinken said earlier that Biden would engage China from a "position of strength" and focus on restoring USA democracy and its relations with allies.He has also acknowledged the bipartisan view of China as a major challenge, and pledged to get U.S. allies on board to confront Beijing on issues such as trade practices."When we're working with allies and partners, depending on who we bring into the mix, it's 50 or 60 per cent of GDP". Even UNICEF is also evaluating existing transport capacity to recognize gaps and future requirements in the coming weeks.

Research has shown that the biotech firm's shot is effective at preventing people from getting sick with COVID-19, but there's no hard evidence that it stops them from carrying the virus "transiently" and potentially infecting others who haven't been vaccinated, according to Dr. Tal Zaks, Moderna's chief medical officer.

The COVAX facility is created to bolster procurement of promising COVID-19 vaccines to ensure the "best possible prices, volumes and timing for all countries".

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The think tank said Mr Morrison received the award "in recognition of his work in support of the global rules-based order". Mr Johnson said the two nations had strong rivalries in sport, but "there is a huge amount that unites us".

Nigerians contribute to the world in so many ways. This unparalleled expertise includes the coordination of thousands of shipments with various cold chain requirements, making the organisation an expert in supply chain management of temperature-controlled products, which is especially needed during this historic undertaking.

The agency underscored that it will continue to coordinate closely with logistics operators to minimize disruptions of delivery around the world.

"The support of governments, partners and the private sector will be paramount to transport vaccines for deadly diseases such as measles, diphtheria and tetanus, as well as for Covid-19, as efficiently as possible", Kadilli added. Last Friday, a peak was reached with 23,648 daily COVID-19 cases.

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