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The Philippines may have 60 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine for COVID-19 by 2021 if negotiations with vaccine manufacturers are successful, vaccine czar Sec. Galvez said. He said the gov't was in talks with Sinovac, AstraZeneca, and Pfizer.

Vaccine czar Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr. said the government is already in talks with AstraZeneca, Sinovac and Pfizer. | @KAguilarINQ 

Galvez says PH might be able to secure 60 million doses of #COVID19  vaccine from Sinovac, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson by next year

Galvez says PH might be able to secure 60 million doses of #COVID19  vaccine from Sinovac, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson by next year

Sinovac’s #COVID19  #Vaccine  Arrives in Sao Paulo as Brazil Cases Reach 5.98 Million

#Factstell: Study shows Sinovac's COVID-19 #vaccine  induces quick immune response

Sinovac’s #COVID19  Vaccine Arrives in Sao Paulo as Brazil Cases Reach 5.98 Million

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Sinovac may get Phase III trial results of COVID-19 vaccine by December, executive says

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@Breakingviews  podcast: While many biotech stocks soar, shares in New sinovac'>York-listed Sinovac, a Chinese company that is developing a COVID-19 vaccine, are frozen

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China’s Sinovac reports mixed findings in early coronavirus vaccine trials

Brazil has suspended a clinical trial of China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine, citing a severe adverse incident

Brazil suspends trials of China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine due to 'adverse effect'

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Brazil's health regulator said it suspended clinical trials of China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine, long expected to be one of the first to be approved in the country, following a "severe adverse event"

Brazil's health regulator has halted clinical trials of a coronavirus vaccine being made by Chinese drug firm Sinovac after a "serious adverse effect"

~8 months into the global pandemic, remarkable progress in COVID vaccines. NYT has a good summary: . 11 different vaccines already in Phase 3 trials. Seems very likely that at least some (e.g. Sinovac) will be widely deployed very soon.

Coronavirus vaccines in stage three testing: Murdoch Institute and University of Melbourne - AustraliaSinovac - ChinaSinoPharm - China AstraZeneca and Oxford - UK Moderna and NIAID - US (starting 27th of July)

New on the @nytimes  coronavirus vaccine tracker: Sinovac is testing an inactivated virus vaccine. They just announced an update on Phase I/II trials: neutralizing antibodies+no severe adverse reactions. Tracker: Sinovac release:

Sinovac Biotech says its coronavirus shot is safe and capable of eliciting an immune response from human trials

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