Pandemic support to Nigeria from UNICEF
UNICEF came to the aid of Nigeria, which is trying to cope with the second wave of the diphtheria epidemic. It was announced that 4 million doses of vaccine will be sent to Nigeria, where the loss of life due to the epidemic is increasing.
Millions of vaccines will be destroyed in Bulgaria
Bulgaria, which stockpiles during the peak of the coronavirus epidemic, is in trouble with vaccines. In the statement made by the Ministry of Health, it was reported that 2 million doses of vaccine were destroyed before, and 2.8 million more vaccines, which are about to expire, will be destroyed. On the other hand, Bulgaria has to import 8 million more vaccines by the end of this year, according to the contract.
Hospitalizations signal rising COVID-19 risk for US seniors
Coronavirus-related hospital admissions are climbing again in the United States, with older adults a growing share of U.S. deaths and less than half of nursing home residents up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations.
Azerbaijan approves domestic Phase 3 tests for Turkish COVID jab
Group of experts expected to arrive in Azerbaijan to carry out trials, says Health Ministry spokesman
Turkey's domestic COVID-19 vaccine Turkovac approved for emergency use
Turkovac will be in widespread use starting next week, says Health Minister Fahrettin Koca
EU drugs agency authorizes BioNTech vaccines for children age 5-12
European Medicines Agency approves lowering recommended age limit to 5 years for COVID-19 vaccine
Russia hits another grim record of daily COVID-19 deaths
Majority of deceased were unvaccinated, with health authorities blaming people for not getting vaccinated in time
COVID-19 jabs given in Turkey surge past 101M
Over 51M people have received at least 1 shot, nearly 40M people are now fully vaccinated, official data shows
Europeans wait for COVID-19 vaccine with hope, doubt
Anadolu Agency talks to people on the street, asks what they think about their governments’ vaccination program
France's Pasteur Institute abandons COVID vaccine project
Decision announced after Phase I trials in humans found to be less effective against virus
Pfizer-BioNTech, WHO strike deal on 40M vaccine doses
Chief of UN health agency says agreement will help stabilize global health systems