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COVID-19 vaccine

Firdous Ashiq Awan starts giving coronavirus vaccine jabs herself

Special Assistant to the Punjab Chief Minister on Information Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan started inoculating people with the COVID-19 vaccine herself. In a recent video, the special assistant to the Punjab chief minister can be seen vaccinating a man with

Angry wife slams doctor husband for taking COVID-19 vaccine shot alone

Top Indian cardiologist landed himself in trouble for not taking his wife for a COVID-19 vaccine dose. Indian cardiologist named KK Agarwal, who was live on his social account, was on his way home returning from his COVID vaccination session.

Joe Biden receives second COVID-19 vaccine

WASHINGTON: President-elect Joe Biden has received his second COVID-19 shot, and said that getting vaccines injected would be a “number one priority” for his incoming administration. It comes as vaccine rollout has faltered badly in the world’s hardest-hit country, where

Govt formulates strategy for nationwide delivery of COVID-19 vaccine

ISLAMABAD: The government has formulated a strategy for the nationwide delivery of the expected coronavirus vaccine. According to sources, the vaccine delivery strategy will be called Vaccine Administration Plan, which has been approved by the NCOC. Expected coronavirus will provide

Pfizer aims to ship COVID-19 vaccine doses within hours of approval

LONDON: Albert Bourla, Chief Executive Officer of Pfizer, a company that develops vaccines against the coronavirus, has said that normal life is likely to be restored after the complete success of the vaccine. The head of Pfizer, who has claimed about

COVID-19 vaccine may not be effective against elders: Study

LONDON: A new study has claimed that a potential vaccine against COVID-19 may not be effective against older people who are most at risk of contracting and dying from the disease. Professor Peter Openshaw, from Imperial, one of the members

COVID-19 vaccine could be ready by autumn: Oxford scientist

United Kingdom: Oxford University’s scientist, Sarah Gilbert has said a vaccine for COVID-19 could be ready for the general public in the next five months. Sarah Gilbert is head of a team of researchers who are developing a vaccine that