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This is not the moment to worry about big pharma’s pocket but to care about saving lives.
The COVID-19 vaccines are a smash success. But that doesn’t mean they keep every vaccinated person completely free of the coronavirus.
You’ve been vaccinated; can you now safely see your friends and family? New research hints that vaccinated people may be less likely to transmit the coronavirus, but they are not 100% in the clear.
The UK should share the vaccine with the other countries – but only after all the vulnerable have been vaccinated.5 min read
Prioritising vaccine distribution in the UK will serve the short-term goal of protecting the NHS. Yet this short-term goal does not significantly contribute to containing the pandemic. For that, we need a collective effort.
New studies may indicate that the recent reports of the detection of the E484K mutation in the UK variant should be of greater concern to UK health officials than the importation and subsequent circulation of the South African variant.
With richer countries having bought up most of the leading western vaccines, others are looking to India, China and Russia for supplies.