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Did Brexit help the UK fast-track a coronavirus vaccine approval?
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Moderna will ask for approval of its COVID vaccine in Europe today
Moderna says it will today ask for approval for its COVID-19 vaccine in Europe and the US
French vaccination plan: Fragile first then general public from April
France's health authority has revealed a vaccination plan in five phases, with phase one prioritising care homes.
Vaccine: Frankfurt Airport prepares for huge logistical challenge
As a string of COVID-19 vaccines near approval, Frankfurt Airport is preparing to transport millions of life-saving doses worldwide.
AstraZeneca reveals dosing mistake in coronavirus vaccine trials
A dosing error may have contributed to the "highly effective" results of the AstraZeneca and Oxford University coronavirus vaccine.
First Europeans could be vaccinated by year-end, says EU chief
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen urged members states on Wednesday to get ready to roll out vaccination campaigns before the end of the year.
Russia says its Sputnik V vaccine is 95% effective against COVID-19
Just in: Russia says trials have shown its Sputnik V vaccine is 95% effective against COVID-19
International travellers could soon require COVID-19 vaccination
International travellers could soon be required to have a COVID-19 vaccine before flying, according to the Qantas chief executive.
AstraZeneca executive awaiting 'relatively fast' EU vaccine approval
The company's Executive Vice President for Europe and Canada told Euronews that once approved the vaccine could be distributed "very fast" across all EU member states.
Now we must focus on distributing these COVID vaccines, says expert
Dr Jeffrey Lazarus was speaking to Euronews after a third vaccine claimed to have had success at fighting COVID-19 in trials.
Coronavirus: Hungary to test Russian COVID-19 vaccine
Hungary’s foreign minister said the country is moving forward with testing on a Russian coronavirus vaccine.
Coronavirus: Is vaccine scepticism the next hurdle to overcome?
In France, for example, little more than half of adults plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a recent survey.
Coronavirus: Oxford candidate vaccine is 70% effective, trial shows
The vaccine was 90% effective if administered at a half dose and then at a full dose and 62% effective if administered in two full doses.
Nearly 1m people given two experimental Chinese coronavirus vaccines
As the race to release a viable coronavirus vaccine hots up, a Chinese pharmaceutical company claims to have inoculated nearly a million people against COVID-19 with so far still experimental vaccines.
When will we get a COVID vaccine? This & other key questions answered
Euronews spoke to experts about the challenges of getting a vaccine and what steps are left once one is approved.
African continent hits 2 million confirmed coronavirus cases
The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the 54-nation continent had crossed the milestone. Africa has seen more than 48,000 deaths from COVID-19. Its infections and deaths make up less than 4% of the global total.
New coronavirus vaccine 'is 94.5% effective' at preventing COVID-19
US biotechnology company Moderna says its COVID-19 vaccine appears to be 94.5% effective.
Project aims to inform public of vaccine research progress via social
From test tubes to TikTok, scientists head to social media platforms to communicate the progress of their vaccine research.
EU's first COVID-19 vaccinations 'could happen early next year'
It comes after Pfizer and BioNTech said their potential vaccine had been found to be more than 90% effective.
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EU to sign a deal for 300 million doses of BioNtech/Pfizer vaccine
The EU has already signed supply deals with AstraZeneca, Sanofi and Johnson & Johnson for their potential COVID-19 shots.
Brazil halts trials of Chinese-made vaccine due to 'serious event'
The potential vaccine is being developed by Chinese biopharmaceutical firm Sinovac and in Brazil would be mostly produced by Sao Paulo's state-run Butantan Institute.
Biden warns 200,000 Americans could die before a vaccine is available
The president-elect lowered expectations that a vaccine could arrive soon and outlined his plans to tackle the pandemic once he is sworn into office.
COVID-19: Joe Biden promises vaccine will be 'free for everyone' in US
Biden was outlining a plan to combat COVID-19 in which he also said he would ask Congress to pass a major finance bill to fight the virus.
Sweden vs France: Contrasting COVID strategies and pandemic fatigue
Has Sweden's strategy served to protect its citizens from becoming tired of lockdown restrictions, while the thought of another lockdown leaves their European neighbours climbing the walls?
Pfizer hopes to seek approval for its COVID-19 vaccine in mid-November
NEW: Pfizer says it hopes to seek authorisation for its COVID-19 vaccine in mid-November
'We need to prepare now': Brussels unveils COVID-19 vaccination plan
"If we want our vaccination to be successful, we need to prepare now," Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen stressed on Thursday.
Facebook to ban paid anti-vax ads but not posts
The latest policy is an extension of Facebook's rules that ban adverts about vaccine "hoaxes".