The Russian federal health and consumer rights watchdog Rospotrebnadzor reported that a strain of the novel coronavirus appeared to be emerging in Siberia.
American pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced last Nov. 16 that it is launching a COVID-19 Immunization Pilot Program for four states in the United States.
Belgian Health Minister Frank Vandenbroucke stated last Nov. 16 at an interministerial health conference that the COVID-19 vaccination will be free in Belgium, according to a report by AFP news agency.
A rare and deadly virus in Bolivia that causes symptoms similar to Ebola or Dengue can spread from person to person, researchers have discovered.
The World Health Organization reported that 65 of its staffers in Geneva tested positive for COVID-19.
Poland has recorded 548 new Covid-19 deaths on Saturday, the highest daily count so far, the health ministry said.
South Australia has reported 14 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, which is considered a rapid increase in the state’s first outbreak since April.
Michigan and Washington are the latest states in the U.S. to issue tougher measures as coronavirus cases in the North American nation exceed 11 million.
The World Health organization (WHO) and the GAVI vaccine group has set up a facility that has exceeded the target of raising more than $2 billion to distribute and purchase COVID-19 vaccinations for poorer countries.
Brazil health regulator Anvisa announced on Thursday morning it has officially allowed the resumption of late-stage Brazilian clinical trials for China’s Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine, which had been suspended after a study subject’s death.