Vaccine

Covax: what’s gone wrong in fight against vaccine nationalism?
Shipment of Covid vaccines donated through Covax arrives at Bolivian Air Force base in El Alto
Expert’s view

Covax: what’s gone wrong in fight against vaccine nationalism?

Covid jabs-sharing scheme set to miss 2021 target for sending urgently needed doses to poorer countries
20 Sep 2021
The experts designing a single vaccine to defeat all Covid-19 variants
Vaccine bottle and syringe
Expert’s view

The experts designing a single vaccine to defeat all Covid-19 variants

Scientists are racing to develop universal jab to prevent recurrent coronavirus pandemics
31 Aug 2021
The pros and cons of Covid booster vaccinations
World Health Organization director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Expert’s view

The pros and cons of Covid booster vaccinations

WHO calling for halt to top-up jab programmes in order to tackle shortfall in low-income countries
9 Aug 2021
Aliens ‘use stars to communicate’
Night sky
Tall Tales

Aliens ‘use stars to communicate’

And other stories from the stranger side of life
4 Aug 2021
How to avert a future pandemic
Nurses
In Depth

How to avert a future pandemic

Preventative measures should include enhanced surveillance, reporting and intergovernmental cooperation
12 May 2021
Pastry shop offers vaccine-themed mousses
A vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
Tall Tales

Pastry shop offers vaccine-themed mousses

And other stories from the stranger side of life
20 Apr 2021
Are Covid vaccine passports legal?
Man shows NHS vaccine card
Today’s big question

Are Covid vaccine passports legal?

Certificates of vaccination could be discriminatory, says equalities watchdog
15 Apr 2021

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What do we know about mixing vaccines?
Woman receives Covid-19 vaccination
Today’s big question

What do we know about mixing vaccines?

Major mix-and-match study expanded to include Moderna and Novavax
14 Apr 2021
Will a vaccine war delay lockdown lifting?
Ursula von der Leyen
Today’s big question

Will a vaccine war delay lockdown lifting?

Ban on export of Covid jabs to Britain threatens to slow campaign to inoculate population
22 Mar 2021
Can ‘mixing and matching’ Covid vaccines boost protection?
University of Oxford coronavirus vaccine
In Brief

Can ‘mixing and matching’ Covid vaccines boost protection?

UK launches study into pairing Oxford and Pfizer jabs to improve efficacy
4 Feb 2021
‘Ethnic minorities are more hesitant about taking the vaccine - I can understand why’
A pharmacist fills a syringe with the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine.
Instant Opinion

‘Ethnic minorities are more hesitant about taking the vaccine - I can understand why’

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18 Jan 2021
Is the UK risking another ‘care home betrayal’ over vaccinations?
 A nurse wearing PPE holds the hand of a resident in a care home
In Focus

Is the UK risking another ‘care home betrayal’ over vaccinations?

Care bosses say government has not delivered on jab pledge as infections soar
12 Jan 2021
Coronavirus: does ‘V-Day’ mark the end of the pandemic?
Margaret Keenan
In Depth

Coronavirus: does ‘V-Day’ mark the end of the pandemic?

UK woman becomes first person to receive Pfizer jab as NHS launches biggest-ever vaccination drive
8 Dec 2020
Has Britain’s Covid response finally become ‘world beating’?
Vaccine is administered to a child.
In Depth

Has Britain’s Covid response finally become ‘world beating’?

Health secretary claims speedy approval of Pfizer jab is thanks to UK’s impending departure from EU
3 Dec 2020
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