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19/03/2021 - COVID-19 vaccines may protect against variants
Existing COVID-19 vaccines are likely to protect against the Brazilian coronavirus variant, scientists at the University of Oxford, UK, have reported. More

19/03/2021 - Vaccine linked to rare VTE events - but safe overall, regulators say
Two very rare kinds of venous thromboembolism have affected a small number of people under the age of 50 after COVID-19 vaccination, regulators reported yesterday. More

16/03/2021 - COVID-19 machine learning models 'unusable'
Machine learning models for diagnosing COVID-19 are not suitable for clinical use because of biases, methodological flaws, lack of reproducibility and “Frankenstein datasets”, researchers warned last night. More

11/03/2021 - Global review determines COVID-19 risks to pregnant women
Pregnant women – particularly those from ethnic minority backgrounds – have been at increased risk of severe COVID-19 and more likely to need intensive care or invasive ventilation than non-pregnant women with the virus, researchers report today. More

05/03/2021 - COVID-19 gout treatment trial to include under-50s
A UK COVID-19 trial that is assessing the effectiveness of a common gout drug to help alleviate the virus’s symptoms can now include under-50s, it has been announced. More

05/03/2021 - Warning as virus surges across Europe
Europe is seeing a resurgence of COVID-19 infection driven by new variants, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

04/03/2021 - Infection reduction may be flatlining
The prevalence of COVID-19 infection has risen slightly in four large English regions, according to the findings of a major national monitoring project. More

03/03/2021 - HIV immune population found in central Africa
Thousands of people in central Africa may have immunity to HIV infection, it was announced last night in a discovery that researchers say will open the way to new treatments. More

02/03/2021 - How first dose has saved lives
The first dose of vaccine has cut rates of COVID-19 disease among elderly people by about two thirds, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

26/02/2021 - COVID vaccination gives huge boost to post-infection immunity
Vaccination is acting as a booster dose for people already enjoying some protection against COVID-19 after exposure to the disease, British scientists reported last night. More

24/02/2021 - Drug-resistant bacteria spread rapidly during travel
International travellers are a high risk for transmission of drug resistant bacteria, according to a study published today. More

23/02/2021 - How UK vaccination is saving many from the virus
The first dose of the first COVID-19 vaccine has cut risk of dying from the virus by three quarters among its first elderly recipients, according to “early data”, released yesterday. More

23/02/2021 - Scientists close on genetic susceptibility to virus
Scientists may be close to developing tools to undertake genetic profiling of those who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 infection, it was announced today. More

19/02/2021 - RECOVERY COVID-19 trial goes international
The world’s largest clinical trial for COVID-19 treatments has expanded internationally, with patients being enrolled in Indonesia and Nepal. More

19/02/2021 - Thousands of new gut virus species identified
More than 140,000 virus species that live in the human gut have been identified - more than half of which are new to science, a new study revealed last night. More

18/02/2021 - COVID-19 in Africa 'vastly underestimated'
The number of COVID-19 deaths in Africa could be far greater than those reported, a study published today warns. More

18/02/2021 - Challenge testing will trial COVID inoculation
The UK is to run the world’s first challenge testing for COVID-19 vaccine development in a bid to speed up the response to rapidly developing mutations, it has been announced. More

17/02/2021 - Neanderthal descendants get COVID protection
Descendants of Neanderthals may enjoy some genetic protection against the COVID-19 virus, according to a new scientific study. More

15/02/2021 - COVID phase one trials get UK bulk test approach
The UK is to adapt an innovative clinical trial procedure in a bid to fast-track untested new drugs for COVID-19 treatment, it has been announced. More

11/02/2021 - Oxford vaccine prevents hospital admission - WHO
The Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine has gained key backing from international experts after a series of controversies. More

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