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Patent waivers may not lead to quick access

New Delhi, May 9 -- The waiving off of patents alone is unlikely to help improve vaccine availability anytime soon, scientists, legal experts and pharma industry executives said, pointing to the compl... Read More


Patent waivers may not lead to quick access

New Delhi, May 9 -- The waiving off of patents alone is unlikely to help improve vaccine availability anytime soon, scientists, legal experts and pharma industry executives said, pointing to the compl... Read More


Patent waivers alone may not lead to quick vaccine access: Experts

New Delhi, May 8 -- The waiving off of patents alone is unlikely to help improve vaccine availability anytime soon, scientists, legal experts and pharma industry executives said, pointing to the compl... Read More


'Unless world is vaccinated, variants will grow'

New Delhi, April 25 -- Covid-19 will continue to be a problem and "variants will keep getting scarier and scarier" until at least two-thirds of the global population is vaccinated, one of the world's ... Read More


'Unless world is vaccinated, variants will grow'

New Delhi, April 24 -- Covid-19 will continue to be a problem and "variants will keep getting scarier and scarier" until at least two-thirds of the global population is vaccinated, one of the world's ... Read More


mRNA vaccines can adapt to variants faster than others: Dr Drew Weissman

India, April 23 -- The earliest couple of coronavirus vaccines the world had access to were by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna. They have high efficacy rates, and produce some of the strongest immune resp... Read More


'mRNA vaccines can adapt to variants faster than others'

India, April 23 -- The earliest couple of coronavirus vaccines the world had access to were by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna. They have high efficacy rates, and produce some of the strongest immune resp... Read More


Mutation raises infectivity concerns

New Delhi, April 8 -- One of the two mutations feared to have spread rapidly in Maharashtra may have the ability to make the Sars-Cov-2 more adept at infecting humans, improve its ability to multiply ... Read More


In Maharashtra, mutation raises infectivity concerns

India, April 8 -- One of the two mutations feared to have spread rapidly in Maharashtra may have the ability to make the Sars-Cov-2 more adept at infecting humans, improve its ability to multiply with... Read More


UK, California, Manaus: What they suggest about the Covid crisis in Maharashtra

India, April 5 -- In the middle of February, when India recorded its lowest Covid-19 numbers in a year, the state of Maharashtra began bucking the trend. The inflection point appears to be right in th... Read More