World Health Organization
In India, more than 350,000 infections were reported within 24 hours on Monday, more than any country has reported in that timespan.
In a statement on Friday, the WHO said that based on available data the review team found no increased risk of blood clotting conditions in people who received the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine.
Germany, France, Italy and Spain joined the growing list of mostly European countries — starting with Denmark last week — that temporarily halted use of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a blog post Monday that labels will contain “credible information” about the vaccines and they will be in English and five other languages, with more languages added in coming weeks
"WHO is aware that some countries have suspended the use of AstraZeneca vaccines, based on reports of blood clots in some people who received doses of the vaccine from two batches. This measure was taken as a precaution while a full investigation is finalized," Tedros
Apart from Denmark, Norway and Iceland have also temporarily suspended the use of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine.
Labels will first be applied by Twitter team members when they determine the content violates the platform's policy.
I had a constructive call with Mihail Murashko (Mikhail Murashko), Russia's Health Minister, about the Covid19 response globally & in Russia, as well as about the Sputnik V vaccine & the WHO Emergency Use Listing process for vaccines.
“We can’t afford people dying on vaccine preventable diseases because we were too focused on Covid. We need excellent communication which is 100 per cent transparent," said Dr Soumya Swaminathan, WHO scientist
By pledging to bring diplomacy back to the centre stage of America’s foreign policy, Biden has sent a message of reconciliation
The analysis of the posts shows that the "whistleblowing" came precisely from the geographical regions where the primary outbreaks later developed.
Ramchandra Reddy participates in 100 online events to gain knowledge on different subjects
While many countries rely on their own regulatory systems for vaccine approvals, some countries with weak system depend on WHO's nod to a great extent for rolling out their national vaccination programmes.