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Covid-19 is crushing developing countries such as India, Brazil and South Africa. It won’t help to simply tinker with the patents on life-saving vaccines made by a handful of pharmaceutical companies

Moderna has said its booster shot is effective against COVID-19 variants from Brazil and South Africa, while undetected early heart damage significantly increases the risk of death for hospitalized coronavirus patients.

Covid-19 is crushing developing countries such as India, Brazil and South Africa. It won’t help to simply tinker with the patents on life-saving vaccines made by a handful of pharmaceutical companies

NBC announced that SNL would, for the first time ever, be live-streamed internationally via YouTube in more than 100 countries around the world, including Australia, Brazil, and South Africa

While there are several coronavirus variants identified as ‘variants of interest’, only a few such as the U.K. strain (B.1.1.7) or the South Africa variant (B.1.351) the Brazil variant (P.1) are globally considered VoCs. #coronavirus 

Moderna says early trial results show increased immunity against COVID-19 variants first found in Brazil and South Africa among people who took a booster shot or an experimental new vaccine.

Black Lives Matter is a global movement. Views from Brazil, South Africa, the United Kingdom and United States. Watch.

Moderna vaccine booster appears to neutralize South Africa, Brazil COVID-19 variants

Moderna vaccine booster appears to neutralize South Africa, Brazil COVID-19 variants

Moderna has said its booster vaccine can protect people against the so-called South Africa and Brazil variants.

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Unemployment rate. South Africa: 30% Nigeria: 27% Greece: 16.7% Spain: 16.2% Brazil: 14.3% Turkey: 12.7% France: 9% Italy: 8.9% Canada: 8.6% Egypt: 7.3% Indonesia: 7% US: 6.7% Australia: 6.6% Russia: 6.1% China: 5.2% UK: 4.9% S Korea: 4.6% Germany: 4.5% Mexico: 3.8% Japan: 2.9%

BREAKING: New study finds Pfizer coronavirus vaccine is effective against strains that were first detected in the UK, Brazil and, to a lesser degree, South Africa.

Unemployment. South Africa: 23.3% Spain: 15.3% Brazil: 13.8% Turkey: 13.4% India: 11% Canada: 10.2% Italy: 9.7% US: 7.9% France: 7.1% Australia: 6.8% Russia: 6.4% China: 5.6% Mexico: 5.2% Indonesia: 4.9% Netherlands: 4.6% Germany: 4.4% UK: 4.1% South Korea: 3.2% Japan: 3%

JUST IN: US FDA announces Johnson & Johnson coronavirus is effective against strands from Brazil and South Africa

GDP growth, 2020. India: 1.9% China: 1.2% Indonesia: 0.5% Saudi: -2.3% Turkey: -5% Japan: -5.2% Brazil: -5.3% Russia: -5.5% South Africa: -5.8% US: -5.9% Canada: -6.2% UK: -6.5% Australia: -6.7% Germany: -7% France: -7.2% Spain: -8% Italy: -9.1% (Source: IMF)

NEW: fresh data from trials in Brazil, South Africa and the UK shows the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is highly effective with a 12 week gap between doses. Efficacy is in fact much higher with a 12 week interval than a shorter gap Story by @building :

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(!) CONFIRMED: President Biden on Monday will reinstate the Covid-19 travel restrictions on non-US citizens who have been in Brazil, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and much of Europe, and extend the restrictions to travelers who have recently been to South Africa.

Argentina, South Africa, Brazil, and Turkey — all countries that hosted vaccine trials — will have to be satisfied with Pfizer’s gratitude, because (like most countries in the world) they won’t be receiving enough of the vaccine to inoculate their populations anytime soon.

Most dangerous places to live, 2019. 1. Brazil 2. South Africa 3. Nigeria 4. Argentina 5. India 6. Peru 7. Kenya 8. Ukraine 9. Turkey 10. Colombia 11. Mexico 12. UK 13. Egypt 14. Philippines 15. Italy 16. US 17. Indonesia 18. Greece 19. Kuwait 20. Thailand (InterNations)

Satisfied with way democracy is working. India: 79% Germany: 73% Canada: 70% Indonesia: 69% Russia: 59% UK: 52% Poland: 51% Japan: 50% US: 46% South Africa: 43% Nigeria: 41% France: 34% Brazil: 28% Venezuela: 25% Spain: 25% Lebanon: 8% Mexico: 6% (Pew Research)

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