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New York: Current COVID-19 vaccines may need to be updated to ensure their continued effectiveness against Omicron and future variants, an expert group appointed by the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday. more
COVID-19: Indian Prime Minister Modi announces door-to-door vaccination drive

Delhi (JEN): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said coronavirus vaccines should now be taken to the doorsteps of the people, and there should be an equal focus on the secon ...

COVID ‘Shot for All’, not a luxury, but development priority: UNDP

New York:Top politicians joined award-winning African performers and others on Tuesday, in New York, to take part in a special event organized by the UN Development Programme (UNDP), to d ...

Johnson & Johnson's second COVID-19 booster shot is 94 pct effective against moderate-severe disease

Washington:  Johnson & Johnson on Tuesday said its COVID-19 second booster vaccine shot is 94 percent effective when administered within two months after applying the first dose ...

Oxford University's COVID-19 vaccine triggers 'strong immune response'

London: Setting a big mark of progress, a coronavirus vaccine developed by the University of Oxford has produced a strong immune response and appeared to be safe, a new study revealed on ...