"That's not the plan," says Michael Gove.
Countries ravaged by coronavirus may see a vaccine as a silver bullet, but Vietnam’s containment of the pandemic means it doesn’t need to hurry.
With her April donation to the Vanderbilt Medical Center, the country icon continues to be a wholesome and unstoppable force for good.
The 22-year-old's case has provoked a human rights debate in the Netherlands.
The White House is blocking stronger standards for the vaccine that would delay its approval until after Election Day.
And almost a quarter of respondents in a new poll say they'll never take it.
They represent just 13 percent of the world population, an Oxfam study reveals.
The manufacturer is trialling the drug on 50,000 people worldwide, and says it could have enough data to submit the potential vaccine to regulators by October.
Putin's Daughter 'Immunised' as Russia Claims to Have Developed the World’s First Coronavirus Vaccine
Experts are skeptical of Russia's claims, warning that a widespread release of the vaccination could be dangerous.
In 2019, the World Health Organization listed vaccine hesitancy as one of the ten gravest threats to global health. Now, public health agencies are trying to figure out what to do next.
Trump’s prediction about the vaccine timeline flies in the face of everything we’ve been told by his own public health officials.
Fetal tissue is critical to speeding up treatment development — and federal researchers are banned from using it.