Russia has developed the "first" coronavirus vaccine, announces Vladimir Putin

Coronavirus: Russia has Developed the “First” Vaccine, Announces Vladimir Putin

EPIDEMIC: The Russian president, Vladimir Putin announced that his own daughter had received a dose of this coronavirus vaccine Russia has developed the “first” vaccine against coronavirus, said Tuesday Vladimir Putin at a conference video with members of the government televised. The Russian president even announced that his daughter had been inoculated with this vaccine. “This morning, for the first […]

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EU reserves 300 million doses of potential Sanofi vaccine

Coronavirus: EU Reserves 300 Million Doses of Potential Sanofi Vaccine

COVID-19: The European executive is also continuing “intensive discussions” with other vaccine manufacturers The European Commission announced on Friday that it had reserved on behalf of the 27 member states 300 million doses of the vaccine against Coronavirus Covid-19 in preparation by the French laboratory Sanofi. The European executive is also continuing “intensive discussions” with other vaccine manufacturers, it is specified […]

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Illustration of researchers working on a vaccine against the coronavirus.

Coronavirus: A 100% Effective Vaccine Unlikely until 2021, According to an Upidemiologist

EPIDEMIC: According to epidemiologist Arnaud Fontanet, it will take many months before having an effective vaccine against the Coronavirus Covid-19 virus No false hopes … The probability of having a 100% “effective” vaccine against the coronavirus covid-19 in 2021 is low, estimated on Sunday the epidemiologist Arnaud Fontanet, inviting the French to “return to more serious habits” in the […]

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The Institut Pasteur is engaged in three anti-Covid-19 vaccine projects, the most advanced of which, based on a modified measles vaccine, should give first results in October.

Institut Pasteur Anti-Covid-19 Vaccines: First Results Expected in October

One of the three Covid-19 vaccine projects on which the Institut Pasteur is working is progressing well. Interview with the coordinator of the vaccine programs, Christiane Gerke. The Institut Pasteur is engaged in three anti-Covid-19 vaccine projects, the most advanced of which, based on a modified measles vaccine, should give first results in October. Three questions to the […]

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"There is no coronavirus vaccine and there will not be for a long time", announces an epidemiologist

Coronavirus: “There is No Vaccine and There Will Not Be For a Long Time”, Announces an Epidemiologist

CORONAVIRUS: Professor Didier Camus, an epidemiologist at the Institut Pasteur in Lille, reviews the progress of research against the coronavirus Professor Didier Camus gave an update on research around the coronavirus. According to him, we are still very far from obtaining an effective vaccine. There are symptomatic treatments, but none that can kill the virus. […]

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People offer suffer fatigue after the flu

Grosse Fatigue: How to Recover from the Flu?

Tiredness: After contracting the influenza virus, patients are usually plagued by a big blow of fatigue … According to Public Health France, the biggest of the flu epidemic is now behind us for raw winter 2017/2018. But for many patients infected with the virus, we need to face a big blow fatigue. With some simple steps, […]

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Pharmacists in Auvergne Rhône-Alpes and Nouvelle Aquitaine will be able to vaccinate their clients against Flu

Flu: Pharmacists Allowed to Vaccinate in Two Regions

In Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Nouvelle-Aquitaine, some pharmacists will now be able to vaccinate their customers against the flu. Pharmacists in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes and Nouvelle-Aquitaine are allowed on an experimental basis to proceed to vaccinations against flu, sets a decree published in the Official Journal (OJ). The measure, included in the last budget law for Social Security, allows […]

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The National Assembly gave the green light Thursday to the experimental authorization for pharmacists to vaccinate against flu

The Assembly Authorizes Pharmacists to Vaccinate against Flu

The National Assembly gave the green light on Thursday to the experimental authorization for pharmacists to vaccinate against flu, and also for general practitioners to store the vaccines for administration. “As for the flu, only 48% of the those at risk were vaccinated in 2015-2016, a decline of more than 14 points since 2009” , said […]

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Vaccine developed against Dust Mite Allergy

Vaccine Developed for Dust Mite Allergy

In Nantes, a team of researchers tested a vaccine on mice against house dust mite allergy, the most common in asthmatics. The results of their research were recently published in a prestigious American scientific journal, the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.  A team of Nantes researchers from Inserm (National Institute for Medical Research), at […]

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