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A mix-and-match approach to Covid vaccines - using different brands of jab for first and second doses - gives good protection against the pandemic virus, a UK study has found.
India's Serum Institute is seeking emergency authorisation in the European Union for its Covishield jab, sources told the BBC.
India is beginning to reopen after a second wave of Covid-19 infections devastated the country in April and May. But now experts warn that a third wave could strike in the next few months.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has received a dose of Moderna as her second shot of coronavirus vaccine having had Oxford-AstraZeneca as her first, a government spokesman said.
A large number of poorer countries receiving Covid-19 vaccines through a global sharing scheme do not have enough doses to continue programmes, the World Health Organization has said.
India has launched a new vaccine drive, announcing a record eight million jabs on the first day of the programme.
The international scheme to ensure equal access to Covid-19 vaccines is 140 million doses short because of India's continuing Covid crisis.
In 22 African countries, cases rose by more than 20 per cent in a week, with the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Namibia and Uganda reporting their highest levels of new cases since the pandemic began.
Australia could end HIV transmission by 2025 according to a plan presented to federal MPs by the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations.
Many African countries are facing a "growing crisis" of severe oxygen shortages which is leading to preventable deaths, international health agencies have warned.
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