The UK says its contract is better – it simply put tougher penalty clauses in place.
History tells us that the end of pandemics are rarely – if ever – neat, uncomplicated, or even easy to date.
The pandemic has seen more children experience mental health troubles. Modelling compassion and fostering self-esteem will help
Google mobility data shows people staying home less and visiting shops more than they were last spring.
Researchers in the US are the first to study how pregnant and breast-feeding women are responding to the vaccines. The results are promising
Emerging evidence suggests a significant number of children develop long COVID, with symptoms lasting for months on end.
Adjuvants have been giving vaccines their oomph since 1925.
Sexual behaviour of UK young adults changed during social lockdown.
Vaccines that rely on embryonic cell lines have saved tens of millions of people.
For one year, 600 people tracked 20 types of coronavirus restriction in 186 countries – here's what they found out.
Antibodies continue to evolve for months after a COVID infection has cleared.
Up to 15% of adults diagnosed with COVID report audio-vestibular symptoms.
Act quickly, act decisively, trust people, communicate clearly, tackle inequality and be prepared.
Underlying medicines 'do no harm' principle is a deeper claim that it is worse to do harm than to allow harm to happen.
These results can help allay previous concerns in Europe about a lack of trial data for older people.
This group has long suffered much higher death rates than the general population due to a poor standard of basic healthcare.
Supply chain issues can be addressed – but the issues with the AstraZeneca vaccine are political, too.
Injected vaccines tend to generate good immunity overall but less of a response in the nose and throat, where the virus enters and spreads from.
Allowing people to discuss their concerns one-on-one has been shown the improve vaccine uptake.
Suspensions of the AstraZeneca vaccine may dent confidence and will slow down coverage – arguably creating a greater risk to public health.