Coronavirus Vaccine

Petition urges FDA, other bodies to stop using sharks in COVID-19 vaccines

Despite existing alternatives, squalene made from sharks is commonly used because it is readily available and is often cheap, rather than due to its effectiveness.

Trump's promise to vaccinate all Americans by April unrealistic - experts

New research shows the fear that the vaccine approval process is being fast-tracked is causing Americans to worry the vaccine won't be safe, and as a result, they are less likely to get vaccinated.

New survey reveals tourism industry reached record highs before COVID-19

According to the survey, 94.4% of tourists ranked their visit to Israel as good to excellent.

A volunteer receives an injection in a human clinical trial for a potential vaccine against the nove
Moderna to seek emergency use of COVID-19 vaccine if data shows efficacy

Moderna's vaccine candidate - mRNA-1273 - is nearing the finish line in its push to enroll 30,000 individuals in a late-stage trial of a novel coronavirus vaccine.

Moderna's Tal Zaks to 'Post': Coronavirus vaccine is personal

Moderna’s chief medical officer said he hopes that by spring the world will be in a much better place.

Some volunteers quit COVID-19 vaccine trial after AstraZeneca scare

The first vaccines are due to be available in early 2021.

New Israeli tech targets coronavirus with vaccine priority system

This Israeli technology was recently filed for a patent in the United Arab Emirates’ patent office.

When ready, the coronavirus vaccine will only be 50% effective

When referring to a 50% effectiveness, this means that for every 100 people, only 50 will become immune to the disease.

Three Jews on a mission to develop a coronavirus vaccine

#2 - Vaccine hunters: Tal Zaks, Shmuel Shapira & Alexander Gintsburg

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