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Mathematical models suggest vaccine control of TB in hard-hit countries
Harnessing a forgotten plague:
It has been a pandemic since at least biblical times, and unless effective strategies harness the global tuberculosis scourge, the disease will remain problematic and pervasive — an unending plague throughout many regions of the world.
Can a vaccine from 1921 save lives from COVID-19?
Scientists in the UK have begun testing the Bacillus Calmette–Guérin (BCG) vaccine, developed in 1921, to see if it can save lives from COVID-19.
Australia to spend more on jobs in budget based on COVID-19 vaccine
The Australian government said on Sunday it will earmark an additional A$1.2 billion ($859 million) in wage subsidies in the 2020/21 budget and that its frameworks assume that there will be a novel coronavirus vaccine next year.
World Bank wants $12b for virus vaccine in poor nations
The World Bank said it has asked its board of directors to approve $12 billion to help poor countries purchase and distribute eventual vaccines against COVID-19.
President: Some restrictions may be reinstated due to surge in infections
Iran, Russia discussing joint production of COVID-19 vaccine
Polio vaccine in the crossfire of misinformation
As scientists around the world rush to find a vaccine to stem the spread of COVID-19, another deadly disease, polio, has become the latest target of misinformation campaigns online.
Official: Iran’s COVID-19 vaccine to reach human trial phase soon
A member of Tehran coronavirus committee said on Saturday that the procedure to produce COVID-19 vaccine has passed the stage of weak and animal trials, so that Tehran University scholars will initiate human trials for vaccines soon.
Vaccine confidence volatile, vulnerable to misinformation, global study finds
Political polarization and online misinformation are threatening vaccination programs worldwide, with public trust volatile and varying widely between countries, according to a global vaccine confidence study.
Iran, Russia mulling joint production of COVID-19 vaccine
Senior Iranian and Russian officials have weighed plans for joint production of a vaccine for the novel coronavirus.
Rouhani urges measures for purchase of coronavirus vaccine
Iran reports lowest daily infections in more than three months
More evidence why vaccine, herd immunity will not clear COVID-19 pandemic
The first case of COVID-19 reinfection in the United States has added weight to the debate on the possibility of a second wave of the pandemic.
Nasal vaccine against COVID-19 prevents infection in mice
Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed a vaccine that targets the SARS-CoV-2 virus, can be given in one dose via the nose and is effective in preventing infection in mice susceptible to the novel coronavirus. The investigators next plan to test the vaccine in nonhuman primates and humans to see if it is safe and effective in preventing COVID-19 infection. The study is available online in the journal Cell.
Modi says India set to mass produce COVID-19 vaccine, launches digital health mission
India is ready to mass produce COVID-19 vaccines when scientists give the go-ahead, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his Independence Day speech on Saturday, also launching a national project to roll out health identities for each citizen.
Iran’s homegrown COVID-19 vaccines pass human trial phase: Health minister
A number of vaccines developed in Iran for the novel coronavirus have successfully passed the human tests and are ready for clinical trial, Minister of Health Saeed Namaki said on Wednesday.

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