This could get interesting if businesses start mandating proof of COVID vaccination on a massive scale.
Moscow is pushing a new anti-vax campaign to sow discord in the U.S. during the pandemic.
They're making the same mistakes made during the HIV epidemic by hoarding doses and blocking global initiatives that encourage open and equitable access to vaccine technology.
Yet another leading drugmaker is said to have fallen victim to North Korean hackers.
Following criticisms for Canada's slow COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced plans to procure doses that could otherwise go to poorer countries.
The early results of a phase 3 trial have found Sputnik V to be 91.6% effective.
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Oklahoma Republican Rep. Justin Humphrey has introduced a bill to make drugmakers disclose if their vaccines contain “human parts,” “tracking devices,” or “DNA-altering properties.”
Many people are frustrated with the beleaguered vaccine rollout, but a lot of the hurdles are out of the prime minister's control.
The country is getting half the expected Pfizer doses in the coming weeks, which will slow down an already beleaguered vaccine campaign.
A number of well-to-do Canadians who live part-time in the U.S. to evade winter could get vaccinated in Florida and Arizona before teachers and grocery store clerks.
The link-sharing is just another hiccup in what's already been a chaotic vaccination campaign.