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Pfizer begins testing the COVID-19 vaccine in infants

Pfizer has announced that it will soon begin testing the vaccine in infants, according to Reuters. The pharmaceutical company, together with its German partner, the creator of the first vaccine against COVID-19, is...

Ten thousand deaths have been registered in Bulgaria due to vaccination errors

Bulgarian Health Minister Stoycho Katsarov said that the authorities' mistakes in organizing the coronavirus vaccination cost the country ten thousand lives. A fragment of his speech was shown on Nova TV....

Pfizer: The third dose of the vaccine increases protection against the Delta strain by almost 100 times

The third dose of coronavirus vaccine can increase protection against Delta strain by almost 100 times. This is stated in a report published by Pfizer. “The third dose significantly improves the neutralization data...

Cyprus tightens entry rules for Ukraine by adding it to the red list

Starting this week, travelers from Ukraine will have to undergo double testing to obtain permission to enter Cyprus, as the country has added Ukraine to its red list, according to SchengenVisaInfo.com. Travelers arriving...

Greek sausage maker encourages vaccinated workers on three-day paid leave

Greek sausage producer Crete Farms has decided to support efforts to vaccinate the population at the national level. This is done through an internal information campaign among employees, as well as through...

To resume tourism, Ecuador has begun intensive vaccination of the population

Developing countries are the ones most affected by the current tourism crisis, as the slow progress of vaccination deters tourists. Ecuador has begun to change that reality backwards, using vaccines en masse...

Somnologist: sleep rate – change of vaccines

Lack of sleep can affect the effect of vaccinations. In general, sleep problems can damage the immune system. This was stated by the head of the Department of Sleep Medicine of the...

UAE scientists immunize camels against COVID-19

Scientists from the Central Research Veterinary Laboratory (CIVL) in Dubai introduced camels to the killed SARS-CoV-2 virus as part of a study on the spread of coronavirus among animals, according to the...

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