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EU to close preliminary talks this week with Valneva over COVID-19 vaccine

BRUSSELS, Jan 12 (Reuters) - The European Commission plans to conclude this week preliminary talks with French company Valneva over the advance purchase of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, EU top negotiator Sandra Gallina told lawmakers on Tuesday...

12 Jan 21 08:43

UPDATE 2-EU drugs watchdog to review Astra-Oxford vaccine this month

(Writes through with new details)Jan 12 (Reuters) - Europe's drugs regulator will review AstraZeneca and Oxford University's COVID-19 vaccine this month under an accelerated timeline, after the British drugmaker submitted an application for condit...

12 Jan 21 08:05

UPDATE 3-EU watchdog to review AstraZenenca-Oxford vaccine this month

* Opinion on conditional authorisation expected by Jan. 29* EMA studying additional information provided by AstraZeneca* EMA began rolling review of vaccine in Oct (Adds details on deliveries, bullets, context)By Pushkala AripakaJan 12 (Reuters) - ...

12 Jan 21 08:05

UPDATE 1-Mexico could buy 24 mln doses of Russia's Sputnik COVID-19 vaccine

(Updates with Russia's Sputnik vaccine, expected arrival of AstraZeneca doses, health official's comments)By Anthony EspositoMEXICO CITY, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Mexico is considering acquiring 24 million doses of Russia's Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine an...

12 Jan 21 02:52

UPDATE 1-Starting shots in poor nations by February hinges on vaccine suppliers - WHO

(Adds details, background)GENEVA, Jan 11 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday redoubled pleas for vaccine makers to provide COVID-19 shots to its COVAX programme for poor nations, as an adviser said hopes of starting inoculati...

11 Jan 21 18:59

Greece launches online vaccination registration

ATHENS, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Greece launched an online platform on Monday for people to register for vaccinations as authorities prepare to begin rolling out COVID-19 shots for the general public after a first phase of inoculating top priority grou...

11 Jan 21 18:06

WHO hopes to start vaccination in poorer countries in Feb

GENEVA, Jan 11 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization hopes to be able to launch COVID-19 vaccines in poor and lower middle-income countries in February through its COVAX programme, WHO Senior Adviser Bruce Aylward said on Monday."Over 40 count...

11 Jan 21 17:39

WHO says it was notified of new COVID-19 variant found in Japan

GENEVA, Jan 11 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization said on Monday it had been notified by Japan of a new variant of the coronavirus discovered there.Japan's health ministry said on Sunday it had detected a new coronavirus variant in four tra...

11 Jan 21 17:16

In Senegal, lack of cold storage limits COVID vaccine options

By Christophe Van Der PerreDAKAR, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Senegal does not have the capacity to store COVID-19 vaccines at ultra-low temperatures and would prefer to receive vials that can be kept for longer under ordinary refrigeration, the head of th...

11 Jan 21 17:09

Erdogan says Turkey to start COVID-19 vaccination Thursday or Friday

ANKARA, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Turkey will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines as of Thursday or Friday, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, adding that Ankara would also gradually lift restrictive measures as daily infections declined.Turkey h...

11 Jan 21 17:01

UK speeding up vaccine batch approval as much as possible, official says

LONDON, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Britain has done what it can to speed up the approval of batches of COVID-19 vaccine but there is a limit to how quickly the process can be expedited, an official who has led the procurement of vaccines during the pande...

11 Jan 21 16:46

No choice but to bear risk in exchange for vaccine deals, UK officials say

LONDON, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Britain had no choice but to agree to bear liability if claims were made against vaccine makers as part of supply deals, officials said on Monday, adding that approval for three of the candidates procured showed their o...

11 Jan 21 16:39

UK PM Warns Of Tougher Measures Ahead, Calls For "Maximum Vigilance"

UK PM Warns Of Tougher Measures Ahead, Calls For "Maximum Vigilance"

11 Jan 21 16:25

REUTERS NEXT-Travel body rejects compulsory COVID-19 shots, experts say herd immunity distant

* Health experts see obstacles to rapid herd immunity* Problems include limited access for poor countries* Virus mutations and community trust also seen as issues (Recasts with World Travel and Tourism Council)By Laurence Frost and Jane WardellPARIS...

11 Jan 21 12:55

REUTERS NEXT-Travel body rejects compulsory COVID-19 shots as experts say herd immunity not close

* Health experts see obstacles to rapid herd immunity* Travel body chief says compulsory shots 'discriminatory'* Number of cases worldwide has passed 90 million (Adds British PM and EU-Moderna talks)By Laurence Frost and Jane WardellPARIS/SYDNEY, Ja...

11 Jan 21 12:55

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