The world's largest vaccine manufacturer by volume said Saturday it would apply for an emergency license for a coronavirus vaccine within two weeks, and that confusion over the efficacy would not delay its distribution.
Before the pandemic, the main square of Valle de Bravo, Mexico, would have plenty of visitors at dusk. But now, the square of this tourism-driven town in central Mexico is closed, and only the birds are back.
Mohammadreza Dezfulian, one of entrepreneurs and mangers of the logistics and transportation industry, has, in an analysis, weighed in on the importance of this industry during the coronavirus outbreak, its future and the necessity of offering special support to drivers working in this industry.
As the world celebrates advances in vaccines against the novel coronavirus, a top WHO expert warned in an interview with AFP that public distrust risked rendering even the most effective treatments useless against the pandemic.
The South Korean economy is likely to grow at a slower-than-expected pace next year as domestic demand remains weak amid the fallout of the new coronavirus outbreak, a state-run think tank said on Wednesday.
The coronavirus pandemic may have shut cinemas and choked off the supply of new films and TV shows, but developers are banking on the streaming boom by pouring hundreds of millions of pounds into building Hollywood-style studios in the UK.
Activity in India’s dominant services sector expanded in October for the first time in eight months, supporting a view that a recovery has been picking up since the South Asian economy lifted a lockdown to stem the pandemic.