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CORONAVIRUS vaccines are currently underway, with people volunteering to take part in trials. Would you be willing to sign up? Here's what you need to know about it.CORONAVIRUS vaccines are currently underway, with people volunteering to take part in trials. Would you be willing to sign up? Here's what you need to know about it.

Coronavirus update: Would you take part in COVID-19 vaccine research? | Express.co.uk

While researchers across the world are maximising efforts to come up with a vaccine for curing COVID-19, WHO’s chief scientist revealed that a global distribution for the same will not begin before the second half of 2021.While researchers across the world are maximising efforts to come up with a vaccine for curing COVID-19, WHO’s chief scientist revealed that a global distribution for the same will not begin before the second half of 2021.

Coronavirus: WHO expects COVID-19 vaccine distribution to start globally only in mid-2021 - fitness - Hindustan Times

With the opening of economic activities in several countries and the increasingly complacent attitude of the general public, it is no surprise that COVID cases are spiking once againWith the opening of economic activities in several countries and the increasingly complacent attitude of the general public, it is no surprise that COVID cases are spiking once again

Coronavirus vaccine update: Cases continue to rise globally; WHO says don’t expect vaccine distribution before mid-2021 | The Times of India

With the opening of economic activities in several countries and the increasingly complacent attitude of the general public, it is no surprise that COVID cases are spiking once againWith the opening of economic activities in several countries and the increasingly complacent attitude of the general public, it is no surprise that COVID cases are spiking once again

Coronavirus vaccine update: Cases continue to rise globally; WHO says don’t expect vaccine distribution before mid-2021 | The Times of India

Widespread distribution of an approved Covid-19 vaccine is not likely to begin before mid-2021 according to the World Health Organization.WHO chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan told a press briefinWidespread distribution of an approved Covid-19 vaccine is not likely to begin before mid-2021 according to the World Health Organization.WHO chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan told a press briefin

Vaccine distribution not likely to begin before mid-2021: WHO - The Hindu BusinessLine

The World Health Organization says it expects a coronavirus vaccine will be available equitably no earlier than the middle of 2021.The World Health Organization says it expects a coronavirus vaccine will be available equitably no earlier than the middle of 2021.

WHO: No vaccine likely until mid-2021 | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

WHO director general said that countries should first give the vaccines to healthcare and other essential workers.WHO will not endorse a vaccine that is not effective and safe, director general saidWHO director general said that countries should first give the vaccines to healthcare and other essential workers.WHO will not endorse a vaccine that is not effective and safe, director general said

Covid-19 vaccination to realistically begin in mid-2021: WHO

The large-scale global distribution of vaccines against COVID-19 is not expected until mid-2021, the World Health Organization's (WHO) chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan told a press briefing on Friday.

COVID-19 vaccine distribution expected to start in mid-2021: WHO chief scientist