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UPDATE 5-To sell or swap? S.Africa weighs options for AstraZeneca shots ahead of J&J rollout

* S.Africa has paused AstraZeneca vaccinations* Vaccine less effective vs local variant -trial* To start immunisations with J&J doses instead* Small amounts of J&J to arrive initially* Rollout will be in study form with researchers (Adds details)By ...

10 Feb 21 06:17

UPDATE 6-S.Africa may sell AstraZeneca shots as it switches to J&J vaccine to fight variant

* S.Africa has paused AstraZeneca vaccinations* Vaccine less effective vs local variant -trial* To start immunisations with J&J doses instead* Small amounts of J&J to arrive initially* Rollout will be in study form with researchers (Adds WHO panel, ...

10 Feb 21 06:17

UPDATE 1-'The best shield': Peru launches inoculation drive with Sinopharm vaccine

(Adds comment from Peru's president)By Marco AquinoLIMA, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Peru launched its COVID-19 vaccination campaign on Tuesday with newly arrived doses of China's Sinopharm vaccine, as the South American country struggles to control a fierc...

10 Feb 21 01:13

UPDATE 1-eSwatini will not use AstraZeneca vaccine after S.Africa trial data

(Adds quote, detail, context)By Lunga MasukuMBABANE, Feb 9 (Reuters) - eSwatini will no longer use AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, its health minister said on Tuesday, after a trial showed it gave minimal protection against mild-to-moderate COVID-...

9 Feb 21 18:38

eSwatini won't use AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, minister says

MBABANE, Feb 9 (Reuters) - eSwatini Health Minister Lizzie Nkosi said on Tuesday that her country, which borders South Africa, would no longer use AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine.South Africa has put on hold the rollout of AstraZeneca's vaccine, a...

9 Feb 21 17:43

UPDATE 3-Berlin earmarks 9 bln euros to buy COVID-19 shots for Europeans

(Adds German health ministry, background)By Michael NienaberBERLIN, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Germany is planning to spend nearly 9 billion euros ($10.9 billion) this year to help procure up to 635.1 million COVID-19 vaccination shots for its population a...

9 Feb 21 16:53

RPT-Astrazeneca CEO says COVID vaccine should work against severe disease

(Repeats to attach to alerts)GENEVA, Feb 9 (Reuters) - AstraZeneca's Chief Executive said on Tuesday that the results of a study showing its COVID-19 vaccine had little effect against mild disease were concerning but stressed that it should work a...

9 Feb 21 13:23

Astrazeneca CEO says COVID vaccine should work against severe disease

GENEVA, Feb 9 (Reuters) - AstraZeneca's Chief Executive said on Tuesday that the results of a study showing its COVID-19 vaccine had little effect against mild disease were concerning but stressed that it should work against severe forms."It is o...

9 Feb 21 12:48

WHO claims animals 'most likely' origin of SARS-CoV-2

(Sharecast News) - World Health Organization scientists who have been studying the origin of the Covid-19 virus in China over the past four weeks concluded that the most likely origin of the illness was in animals.

9 Feb 21 11:55

UPDATE 1-Hungary to start vaccinations with Russian COVID-19 shot

(Adds more comments)BUDAPEST, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Hungary will start vaccinating people suffering no chronic diseases with Russia's Sputnik COVID-19 vaccine soon, the surgeon general said on Tuesday, becoming the first European Union country to use...

9 Feb 21 11:36

UPDATE 1-Germany earmarks 8.89 bln euros to buy up to 635.1 mln COVID-19 shots

(Adds details)By Michael NienaberBERLIN, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Germany is planning to spend nearly 9 billion euros ($10.9 billion) this year to buy up to 635.1 million COVID-19 vaccines as part of the European Union's procurement scheme and national d...

9 Feb 21 11:29

UPDATE 2-Berlin earmarks 9 bln euros to buy COVID-19 shots for Germans and EU

(Adds background)By Michael NienaberBERLIN, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Germany is planning to spend nearly 9 billion euros ($10.9 billion) this year to help procure up to 635.1 million COVID-19 vaccination shots for its population and other EU member state...

9 Feb 21 11:29

India says J&J interested in making COVID-19 vaccine in country

NEW DELHI, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson is interested in manufacturing its COVID-19 vaccine in India, a government official told a news conference on Tuesday.India also currently has no concern over the efficacy of the AstraZeneca vaccine t...

9 Feb 21 11:18

'Jury still out' on whether world needs new Covid-19 vaccines, Oxford's Pollard says

(Sharecast News) - It remains to be seen whether the world needs new vaccines to fend off the new strains of novel coronavirus, a top researcher said.

9 Feb 21 09:29

UPDATE 1-France was right to decide against new national lockdown -health minister

(Adds quotes, details)By Dominique VidalonPARIS, Feb 9 (Reuters) - The COVID-19 situation in France is currently stable and the government was right to have decided against imposing a new national lockdown, Health Minister Olivier Veran said on Tu...

9 Feb 21 09:19

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