Posts Tagged ‘covid-19 vaccine’

World’s first plant-based vaccine approved for use in Canada

The world’s first plant-derived Covid-19 vaccine for adults was recently approved in Canada, presenting immense possibilities in terms of production and efficacy. Known as Covifenz, the two-dose vaccine is the sixth COVID-19 shot to receive regulatory clearance in the country and was jointly developed by Medicago Inc., a biopharma company based in Quebec City, and…

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The challenges of COVID-19 vaccine in-between politics

COVID-19 Vaccine

In a short time since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared novel Coronavirus to be a pandemic, there are already variety of  vaccines accepted for use in many countries around the world. But vaccines are only fruitful if people can get vaccinated — and progress on that front should get better. Many countries will get good amount of…

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Google Cloud Unveils New AI and Machine Learning Tools in Fight Against COVID-19

Google recently announced a slew of new artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to assist in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines across the United States. Based in the cloud, these tools will be able to provide key information, conduct eligibility screening, scheduling appointments, distribution and analytics, to forecasting and modelling COVID-19 cases. Known as the Intelligent…

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Google to help make vaccines more accessible globally

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the world. As of January 2021, the global cases have exceeded 100 million. Tech giant Google has announced that it will aid in efforts to fight the pandemic amid the highly anticipated rollout of vaccines. During the pandemic, the company has helped provide relevant information that people needed to know.…

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How do Vaccines Work?

Vaccines

2020 has been an unforgettable year, largely due to COVID-19 which has transformed the world as we know it. The global response has been a massive one, with efforts led by the World Health Organization and its partners. From tracking the pandemic, advising on critical interventions, distributing vital medical supplies to those in need, they…

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