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Nanoparticle-delivered COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows promise in preclinical studies
Researchers from Cleveland Clinic's Global Center for Pathogen Research & Human Health, the US, have developed a promising new COVID-19 vaccine candidate that utilizes nanotechnology and has shown strong efficacy in preclinical disease models.
COVAX vaccine program to deliver 237m doses to 142 nations by end-May
The COVAX vaccine-sharing program said on Tuesday it will deliver 237 million doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shot to 142 countries by the end of May as it steps up the global roll-out of its vaccine supplies.
Razi Covo Pars COVID-19 vaccine mass production line approved
Deputy Head of Razi Serum Research and Production Institute Dr. Mohammad Hassan Fallah-Mehrabadi said here on Tuesday that simultaneous with the last human testing phases of Razi Covo Pars COVID-19 Vaccine launching of its mass production line, too, was approved.
Pfizer vaccine may be less effective in people with obesity, says study
The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine may be less effective in people with obesity, data suggests.
Iran to become major COVID-19 vaccine producer in world: Minister
Iranian Health Minister Saeid Namaki said on Friday that Iran will turn into a major coronavirus vaccine producer in the next Iranian year, which begins on March 20.
Iran: Homegrown COVID-19 vaccine to be available in midsummer
Dean of Iran University of Medical Sciences in Tehran has expressed hope that the Iranian-made Razi Covo-Pars Covid-19 Vaccine will be available to public by midsummer.
Iran’s COVID-19 vaccine 90% effective in initial human trials
Iran’s CovIran Barekat, the country’s first domestically-developed COVID-19 vaccine, has shown 90-percent effectiveness, as confirmed by the first phase of human trials of the inoculation.
Rich nations stockpiling 1b more COVID-19 shots than needed
Rich countries are on course to have over a billion more doses of COVID-19 vaccines than they need, leaving poorer nations scrambling for leftover supplies as the world seeks to curb the coronavirus pandemic, a report by anti-poverty campaigners found.
COVID vaccine passports could discriminate, experts warn
COVID-19 vaccine passports are "feasible" but not until we know more about how long immunity lasts, experts said.
Iran calls for fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccine
Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi said that a successful fight against COVID-19 requires providing assistance to developing countries, equitable distribution of vaccines among world nations, and the removal of sanctions.
Iranian vaccine 100% effective against UK coronavirus variant: Official
The coronavirus vaccine financed by the Barakat Foundation of Iran is 100 percent effective against the new strain of the virus first found in the UK, an official said.
No end to pandemic without equal vaccine access: Experts
Developing new COVID-19 vaccines will fail to end the pandemic unless all countries receive doses in a fast and fair manner, disease experts warned Saturday.
Iran receives second batch of Russian vaccine: Ministry
The second consignment of Russian-made Sputnik V vaccines developed to curb the COVID-19 disease arrived in Iran earlier than originally planned, the country's Health Ministry said.
Iran, Russia to jointly produce Sputnik V ‘soon’: Ambassador to Russia
Tehran and Moscow have agreed to locally manufacture the Sputnik V, Russian vaccine against the coronavirus pandemic, said Iran’s Ambassador in Moscow Kazem Jalali.

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