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The Valneva Covid vaccine that the UK cancelled a 100m dose order for last month, works well at priming the immune system to fight coronavirus, phase three trial results suggest.
47.6% of the world population has had at least one dose of the vaccine - but there is a sharp contrast with low-income nations.
United States infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci is disappointed in Governor Greg Abbott's latest move to ban vaccine mandates in the state of Texas.
South Sudan is one of the countries with the lowest rate of vaccination against Covid-19 in the world - just 0.8% of the population have had one dose and 0.3% both jabs.
After an SBS News investigation exposed an armed neo-Nazi group operating in Australia, Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews says the threat of right-wing extremism can’t be ignored, especially as the country begins to open up.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says a new taskforce may be the last chance to find the origins of Covid-19.
Some scientists are more reluctant to comment on COVID-19 with one in five reporting death threats, threats of physical or sexual violence after speaking about the pandemic.
While the World Health Organization wants a moratorium on boosters for the general population until the end of the year to prioritise first doses in countries starved of vaccines, it's recommended people with weakened immune systems should be offered an additional shot.
Nine months after it was rolled out, the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine has finally reached the Antarctic.
GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo, Oct 8 (Reuters) - A case of Ebola has been confirmed in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the health minister said on Friday, five months after the end of the most recent outbreak there.