Oxford, WHO scientists say more data needed on AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine trials

A test tube labelled vaccine is seen in front of AstraZeneca logo in this illustration taken, September 9, 2020.Dado Ruvic | ReutersMore data will be needed from AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine trials to determine the drug’s safety and efficacy following concerns from experts in the U.S., scientists from the University of Oxford and the World Health…Continue Reading

Oxford Covid vaccine trial confirms encouraging results for the elderly

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Oxford moving into Tier 2 lockdown within 48 hours banning indoor socialising

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Coronavirus news – live: Oxford vaccine professor warns of new flu pandemic and Nicola Sturgeon admits anxiety increasing as Covid cases hit three-month high

NewsHealthFollow all the latest stats and updates as Portugal could return to UK quarantine list A child has his temperature taken at the entrance to a school in Spain as the country experiences a second wave of coronavirus with near-record numbers of daily cases.Schools in England are reopening for the new term today after being forced to close…Continue Reading

Editor’s note: This is a translated excerpt of a story published by National Geographic Brazil. You can find the full story here in Portuguese. Andréa Barbosa was thrilled to be jabbed in the arm. The 46-year-old ophthalmologist is one of the 5,000 volunteers in the clinical trial in Brazil of a COVID-19 vaccine candidate, ChAdOx1.…Continue Reading

Covid-19 news: Oxford vaccine is safe and induces immune response

By Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool A scientist working at Oxford Vaccine Group’s laboratory facility at Churchill Hospital in Oxford.STEVE PARSONS/POOL/AFP via Getty ImagesLatest coronavirus news as of 5 pm on 20 July Oxford’s coronavirus vaccine candidate appears safe and induces immune response A coronavirus vaccine…Continue Reading

Oxford coronavirus vaccine induces strong immune response

A coronavirus vaccine being developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca is safe and shows signs of inducing an immune response, according to early clinical trial results published Monday in the medical journal The Lancet.The trial did not look at whether the vaccine prevents coronavirus infection, however. That’s a question that will be answered…Continue Reading

Oxford scientist says the coronavirus pandemic didn’t begin where everyone thinks it did

The coronavirus origin remains a mystery, as China has not offered an explanation for the Wuhan COVID-19 epidemic that turned into a global pandemic. On the heels of a new WHO investigation, China suggested that the virus may have started in Spain after researchers found traces of the novel coronavirus in wastewater dating back to…Continue Reading