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Broad Street protesters demand a “People’s Vaccine”

The demonstration was part of a “global day of action” organised by the People’s Vaccine Alliance, a “coalition of organisations and activists” who are calling for pharmaceutical companies to share information about how to produce COVID-19 vaccines with laboratories around the world.

Risk of blood clots from COVID-19 seven times higher than from vaccines

'The Head of the Transneural Biology Group at Oxford University, Professor Paul Harrison, said: “We’ve reached two important conclusions. Firstly, COVID-19 markedly increases the risk of CVT, adding to the list of blood clotting problems this infection causes. Secondly, the COVID-19 risk is higher than we see with the current vaccines, even for those under 30; something that should be taken into account when considering the balances between risks and benefits for vaccination”.'

Vaccine Distribution: EU vs UK

Back in April 2020, the number of COVID-19 deaths in the UK reached over 350 people per million – about twice as high as...

Let Normal Programming Resume: Coronavirus Passports Won’t Solve Anything

"I personally am not too fussed about personal liberties. Let’s face it, I didn’t do much with my liberties when I had them. But after a year inside I have started to care more about them. I do not think that it is too much to ask to have a meal in a restaurant without having to present credentials." Charlie Aslet investigates the efficiency of coronavirus vaccine passports.

Oxford scientists prepare to edit vaccine to combat new variants

Initial laboratory tests indicate that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is effective against the B117 variant which emerged in Kent. However, there are concerns that variants which emerged in Brazil and South Africa may be resistant to the vaccines being rolled out worldwide.

Oxford professor claims NHS could vaccinate Britain in 5 days

The professor also calls for authorities to start treating the pandemic like a war, and that they should drop everything to contain the virus spread.

COVID vaccine can adapt to combat new mutations, says Oxford professor

Brendan Wren, professor of vaccinology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine, said modifying the vaccines would be relatively easy. It would involve making small changes to the genetic material they contain and would only take a matter of days to incorporate.

Oxford man first to receive Oxford vaccine

Health Secretary Matt Hancock hailed the approval of the Oxford vaccine as "pivotal moment" in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19.

BREAKING: University reports drop to 40 cases this week, lateral flow tests for all students confirmed

Oxford University’s testing service has confirmed 40 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff for the week 14th-20th November, with a positivity rate of...

Oxford expected to get $100m from vaccine

Oxford stands to make over $100 million from developing a successful COVID-19 vaccine. The University has landed a 6% stake profits from its partnership with...

Oxford researchers launch online “vaccination game”

Researchers at Oxford University have launched ‘The Vaccination Game’, a free online role-playing game where players need to distribute a virtual vaccine, aiming to...

Oxford vaccine trials paused in the US

Combined phase II/III trials for a potential vaccine being developed at the University of Oxford’s Jenner Institute to protect against COVID-19 may be continuing...

Oxford resumes COVID-19 vaccine trials after pause

Clinical trials for the COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University are set to resume, after they were halted on September 6th following concerns...

Covid-19 Research Update

New study reveals Oxford coronavirus vaccine produces strong immune response 20th July The vaccines being designed by Oxford University’s Jenner’s Institute and the Oxford Vaccine Group are...

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