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Coronavirus: less and less people want to be vaccinated

In the fight against the novel Coronavirus, a vaccine is considered to be crucial. But the population would benefit from this also? While in April 2020, 70 percent of the people in Germany were willing to be vaccinated, the number dropped in June to 61 percent. Many people are particularly concerned with possible side effects.

Coronavirus: Tuberculosis vaccine may help in reducing Covid-19 deaths

A century-old tuberculosis vaccine may play a role in reducing death due to Covid-19 infection, a preliminary study has suggested. Researchers from the US-based the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health made the link to Bacille Calmette-Guerin, or BCG, after comparing data on Covid-19 mortality rates across the

People with some health conditions have more coronavirus 'doorways'

Is THIS why diabetes sufferers are vulnerable to coronavirus? Scientists discover people with some underlying diseases have more ‘doorways’ for infection on their cells People with underlying health conditions like lung disease, diabetes and high blood pressure are at higher risk of severe coronavirus  Researchers at the University of Sao Paulo and the University of

Brazil to help test Oxford coronavirus vaccine

An experimental vaccine against the new coronavirus developed at the University of Oxford will be tested from mid-June in Brazil, the first country outside Britain to take part in the study, researchers said Wednesday. The vaccine will be tested in Brazil on 2,000 volunteers, who will be recruited starting this week, said the Federal University

Top virologist criticized Corona-panic: Were stoked a lot of Fears

The Coronavirus pandemic has the world firmly in its grip: More than five million people were infected worldwide with the novel pathogen, Sars-CoV-2 – 179.928 of them so far in Germany. Top virologist criticized Corona-panic: "Too many Fears geschürt&quot were; Major events such as the carnival session in Gangelt play according to the assessment of