BioNTech could step up capacity to 3bn Covid-19 vaccine doses in 2022

BioNTech could step up capacity to 3bn Covid-19 vaccine doses in 2022

German pharmaceuticals firm BioNTech has said it can step up production of its coronavirus vaccine to keep up with demand.

Marijuana one step closer to being legal in Mexico

Marijuana one step closer to being legal in Mexico

Mexico‘s Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday approved a bill paving the way for the legalization of recreational marijuana use, which will next need approval from the Senate.

Japan observes 10th anniversary of nuclear disaster as Fukushima farmers start all over again

Japan observes 10th anniversary of nuclear disaster as Fukushima farmers start all over again

Japan is paying tribute to the victims of the 2011 earthquake and resulting tsunami in the north-east of the country, which also triggered the world’s worst nuclear accident since the 1986 Chernobyl crisis, while some farmers return to restart farming...

Germany: Third wave has begun

Germany: Third wave has begun

Germany’s top disease control official says a third wave of coronavirus has already begun in the country.

EU to get 4 million additional doses of Pfizer vaccine in March

EU to get 4 million additional doses of Pfizer vaccine in March

Covid-19 vaccine producer BioNTech-Pfizer is to supply the European Union an extra 4 million doses in the next two weeks to tackle the spread of mutant variants, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced on Wednesday.

Russia’s Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V to be produced in Italy

Russia’s Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V to be produced in Italy

The Russian Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V is to be produced in Italy from this summer, the Italian-Russian chamber of commerce said on Tuesday.

Von der Leyen: 100 million vaccine doses per month in EU from April

Von der Leyen: 100 million vaccine doses per month in EU from April

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen expects significantly more vaccine doses to be available in the European Union from next month.

German minister: Covid-19 measures insufficient to break second wave

German minister: Covid-19 measures insufficient to break second wave

The German government’s measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic have been insufficient amid a persistently high rate of new infections, said Economy Minister Peter Altmaier on Monday.

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