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Davos is dead
Amid a pandemic and a cost of living crisis, the people have no patience left for the virtue signalling of the Davos set.
Only 7% of 5-11s in England have had Covid jab as parents hesitate
Six weeks after start of vaccine rollout, fraction of young children have had first dose as parents question usefulness
The Great Currency Reset And Why Europe Is Trapped
EU leadership and Davos understand that its hold on those countries is tenuous... This is a policy and a plan designed to force them into submission and keep them down...
Pfizer accused of Covid profiteering as first-quarter sales hit $26bn
Pharma firm criticised over pricing and for keeping monopoly control over vaccine and new Paxlovid pill
U.S. likely to find out about next COVID booster by summer -Fauci
Scientists and health officials by this summer should have a better sense of what type of COVID-19 booster will be needed to deal with the next phase of the pandemic and when it should be administered, top U.S. infectious disease expert ...
Unvaccinated children hospitalized at twice the rate during Omicron surge -U.S. study
Hospitalization rates for unvaccinated children ages 5 to 11 were twice as high as among those who were vaccinated during the record COVID-19 surge caused by the Omicron variant, according to a U.S. study released on Tuesday.
Fourth shot protects against severe Omicron outcomes; COVID may increase risk of rare eye blood clots
The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review.
China's Health System Faces Raft Of Challenges As Omicron Hits
Chinese vaccines have shown a lower rate of efficacy in studies compared with many foreign jabs.
Pfizer recalls 2nd blood pressure med in a week, again on potential carcinogen fears
Pfizer issued a second round of Canadian recalls this week as the country’s drug regulator continues to weed out meds with an excess of potential cancer-causing impurities.
With 37 million in lockdown and Covid plans under fire, Chinese ask: what comes next?
Elderly residents are wary of the jab even as Omicron spreads, and critics say zero-Covid policy is not sustainable
EU Approves Moderna Covid Vaccine For Children 6-11
The regulator has so far approved 5 jabs for use in the EU: Pfizer and Moderna, which use messenger RNA technology, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.
Six African countries to begin making mRNA vaccines as part of WHO scheme
Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia first countries to be assisted by global mRNA hub
FDA official reveals Biden plan for Covid jabs – Project Veritas
Even toddlers will eventually be required to get annual Covid-19 jabs, an FDA official said in the undercover clip
The cells that can give you super-immunity
Memory B cells were discovered more than half a century ago. But scientists are just beginning to understand the crucial role they play in protecting people from serious illness.
US delays decision on COVID vaccine for children under 5
US FDA postpones decision to approve shot for young children by at least two months, seeking more data.
What counts as fully vaccinated?
Vaccines. Boosters. Covid tests. Health forms. There’s a lot to think about when it comes to going on holiday.
Johnson & Johnson stops Covid-19 vaccine production
Johnson & Johnson has quietly paused production of its Covid vaccine, according to a media report
Pfizer sees revenues double to $81bn thanks to COVID-19 vaccine
The US drugs giant, which sold $37bn worth of the jab last year and expects sales of $32bn this year, said it had put "billions of dollars of capital on the line" in the early stages of the pandemic to develop the drug.
AstraZeneca vaccine: Did nationalism spoil UK's 'gift to the world'?
The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine was a British success story - a home-grown vaccine developed and rolled out in less than 12 months. The ambition was huge: to create a vaccine for the world. But did politics and nationalism get in the way?
Pfizer expects $54 billion in 2022 sales on Covid vaccine and treatment pill
Pfizer expects to sell $32 billion of its Covid-19 shots and $22 billion of its antiviral coronavirus treatment pill Paxlovid.
Harm to AstraZeneca jab’s reputation ‘probably killed thousands’
Scientist who worked on jab criticises ‘bad behaviour’ by scientists and politicians who damaged reputation of Covid vaccine
U.S. CDC backs full approval of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine
The director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) signed off on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's full approval of Moderna Inc's (MRNA.O) COVID-19 vaccine in those aged 18 and over, the agency said on Friday.
Study explains how to get ‘super immunity’ to Covid
“Amazingly high” immune response discovered in fully jabbed people who also caught the disease
Why you may not get COVID-19 even when those around you have it
How past exposure to other coronaviruses can stop people from catching COVID-19 even if they live with someone who has tested positive. Plus, how to recognise the symptoms of a blood clot.
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