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Germany Covid Vaccine for Kids: Germany to offer Covid-19 shots for all kids over 12 | World News – Times of India

Germany Covid Vaccine for Kids: Germany to offer Covid-19 shots for all kids over 12 | World News - Times of India

BERLIN: Germany will start offering coronavirus vaccinations for all children and teenagers aged 12 and older, top health officials said Monday. German Health Minister Jens Spahn said after a meeting with the 16 German state health ministers that “we keep our promise: everybody who wants can get vaccinated in the summer — we have enough vaccines for all age groups.” ...

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Covishield missing from European Union’s ‘virtual vaccine passport’ list, govt to resolve matter

New Delhi: The Central government has taken up the issue of COVISHIELD not being on the European Medicines Agency (EMA)’s  “virtual vaccine passport” list.  European Medicines Agency or EMA is the regulatory body that gives approval to medical products in the bloc. The matter has also been raised with the French government by India. Serum Institute of India had never ...

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Discussions on with Indian govt for expedited approval of COVID-19 vaccine: Pfizer

Global Pharma major is discussing with the Indian government an expedited approval pathway to make Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine available for use in the country, the company’s Chairman and CEO Albert Bourla said on Monday. Earlier in April, Pfizer said that it had offered a not-for-profit price for its vaccine for the government immunisation programme in India and it remains committed to ...

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Europe pause of AstraZeneca sends ripple of doubt elsewhere

The suspension of the vaccine in several European countries over the past week could fuel skepticism about the shot far beyond their shores, potentially threatening the rollout of a vaccine that is key to the global strategy to stamp out the coronavirus pandemic, especially in developing nations. As things stand, it’s either AstraZeneca or nothing for some poorer countries. The ...

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