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Genetic study of the live vaccine could help efforts toward eradication....

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While the world reels from the spread of SARS-CoV2, the new coronavirus behind COVID-19, a much older and previously feared scourge -- poliovirus --...

Studies focus on SARS-CoV-2 transmission in domestic cats, pigs — ScienceDaily

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Two recently published studies from Kansas State University researchers and collaborators have led to two important findings related to the COVID-19 pandemic: Domestic cats...

Biden administration to focus on masks and forging national plan to...

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Successful results from studies of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine are encouraging, but President-elect Joe Biden’s immediate focus in fighting the pandemic is getting more states...

Op:ed: Reduce distancing requirement to keep kids in school | News

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The requirement that students be seated six feet apart in schools during the coronavirus pandemic—which has meant that many kids have been forced to...

Antibody evolution may predict COVID-19 outcomes — ScienceDaily

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For COVID-19, the difference between surviving and not surviving severe disease may be due to the quality, not the quantity, of the patients' antibody...

Test could prove useful for large-scale screening and epidemiological surveys —...

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A new saliva-based test developed by a team at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has been found to accurately detect the presence...

Covid-19: Normal life back next winter, says vaccine creator

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The impact of a new coronavirus vaccine will not kick in until summer, says Prof Ugur Sahin. Source link

Covid-19 vaccine: ‘We could have a normal winter next year’

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The scientist behind the first promising coronavirus vaccine trials says he is confident there may be a ''normal winter next year."Speaking to the BBC's...

Covid-19: Stop anti-vaccination fake news online with new law says Labour

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Coronavirus: How soon can we expect a working vaccine? Source link

Mutation is not expected to interfere with effectiveness of vaccines under...

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A new study published in Science confirms that SARS-CoV-2 has mutated in a way that's enabled it to spread quickly around the world, but...

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