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WHO urges supply chain stakeholders to be vigilant, after falsified Covishield COVID-19 vaccines were identified in Uganda, India and Myanmar.
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An analysis shows Comirnaty® and the COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca are both over 90 percent effective in preventing hospitalisation from the Delta variant.
In its May meeting, the EMA’s drug safety committee (PRAC) concluded two safety signal reviews for COVID-19 vaccines and began several more.
Vaccine-induced prothrombotic immune thrombocytopenia: pathogenetic and epidemiological issues of concern
Giovanni Di Guardo, DVM, Dipl. ECVP, retired Veterinary Pathologist, discusses the association between adenoviral vector COVID-19 vaccines and rare blood clots, outlining four areas warranting further research.
The dedication of the science community and healthcare workers in the fight against COVID-19 has been unwavering and justly praised. Yet logistics workers and the industries that support it have also achieved tremendous feats to support the resulting aid. Here, Zoe McLernon, Multimodal Policy Manager at Logistics UK, highlights the…
The Phase III trial aims to demonstrate that Valneva’s VLA2001 is more immunogenic than AstraZeneca's conditionally approved COVID-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria.
The EMA’s drug safety committee has concluded that the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine is safe for continued use, so Johnson & Johnson will resume shipments to the EU.
In the April meeting the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee began two new reviews of adverse events that could be caused by COVID-19 vaccines.
The approval of at least one new manufacturing site based in Europe for each of the approved COVID-19 vaccines should increase supply for the EU.
Following DSMB concerns about the data released regarding the Phase III US trial, AstraZeneca has now confirmed that its vaccine is 76 percent effective against symptomatic COVID-19.
According to GlobalData, AstraZeneca’s and Janssen’s COVID-19 vaccines could be impacted by global viral vector shortages.
An analysis of results from 20,000 vaccinnees shows AstraZeneca’s vaccine completely prevents severe or critical COVID-19 and hospitalisation.
Several countries have temporarily stopped the use of the vaccine while reports of blood clots are investigated by the EMA’s pharmacovigilance committee and other authorities.