Privacy advocates warn retail pharmacies in particular are blurring the line between public health and commerce
Norway should exclude the COVID-19 vaccines made by AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson from its immunization program, due to a small risk of rare but serious side effects, a panel of health experts commissioned by the government said on Monday. However, the panel said those shots should be available for people on a voluntary basis. The government said it will use the recommendations, alongside advice from Norway's Institute of Public Health, which has also called for both shots to be...
Rich Anderson has been fully vaccinated by a COVID-19 vaccine that has not yet been authorized for use in the United States.
Slovakia’s Health Ministry says it is halting use of the two-shot AstraZeneca vaccine
WASHINGTON — The US will begin sharing its entire pipeline of vaccines from AstraZeneca once the COVID-19 vaccine clear federal safety reviews, the White House told The Associated Press on Monday, with as many as 60 million doses expected to be available for export in the coming months. The move greatly expands on the Biden
Some governments are looking at coronavirus status systems but it is not without controversy.
United States will send doses of the AstraZeneca COVID1- vaccine, dispatch a strike team and offer other supplies to India, as President Joe Biden pledged to 'be there' for in its hour of need.
The senator makes provocative but scientifically unproven claims about the risks of getting a covid vaccine.
The United States plans to share millions of doses of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine with other countries in the coming months, the White House announced on Monday.
Mexico and Canada have asked for more doses in addition to those already shared by US