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  1. So now that we have reached a significant percentage milestone of vaccination, is it all green light now? Well, now comes the booster shot 🙂 Where to register: https://www.vaccine.gov.sg/ Why booster? https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2021/09/13/covid-19-vaccine-booster-shots-who-can-get-them-when-still-uncertain/5773405001/ https://www.gov.sg/article/expanding-testing-and-surveillance-and-introducing-a-national-vaccine-booster-programme https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02158-6 Booster vaccination strategy MOH, wi
  2. better late than never...probably stop taking the same old booster. this one effective against delta and omicron. https://abcnews.go.com/US/moderna-booster-fall-turning-point-covid-fight/story?id=85254442 Moderna says new booster for fall could be 'turning point' in COVID fight With vaccine immunity waning, and concerns over a fall surge growing, officials from Moderna announced on Wednesday that data from its study on Omicron-containing bivalent booster, revealed that it offers superior antibody response against omicron – one month after injection - compared to the compa
  3. Singapore passports to be valid for 10 years for applications from October https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/singapore-passport-validity-extended-10-years-renewal-ica-14760828
  4. Singapore may get non-mRNA Novavax Covid-19 vaccine before year-end SINGAPORE - Singapore has signed advanced purchase agreements with American biotechnology company Novavax to secure its protein-based Covid-19 vaccine, with supplies possibly arriving before the end of the year. Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH) had signed the agreements with Novavax in January this year, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Thursday (June 24) at a virtual press confernce held by the multi-ministry task force on Covid-19. He added that MOH has been looking for vaccines of good quality that are
  5. Good news for the world. But pfizer and moderna are disappointing. mRNA supposed to be fast to develop, but now Apr, apparently still nothing, although they promised omicron-specific vaccine in Mar. Omicron-specific Sinopharm, Sinovac COVID vaccine candidates cleared for clinical trial BEIJING, April 16 (Reuters) - COVID-19 vaccine candidates developed by a Sinopharm subsidiary and Sinovac Biotech (SVA.O) to target the Omicron variant were approved for clinical trials in Hong Kong, the companies said on Saturday. Scientists worldwide are racing to study upgrade
  6. https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Coronavirus/COVID-vaccines/China-s-quest-for-mRNA-vaccine-hits-stumbling-block-in-omicron?utm_campaign=GL_coronavirus_latest&utm_medium=email&utm_source=NA_newsletter&utm_content=article_link&del_type=10&pub_date=20220311150000&seq_num=8&si=44594 China's quest for mRNA vaccine hits stumbling block in omicron Limited effectiveness of conventional shots puts 'zero-COVID' policy at risk A medical worker walks past a sign at a coronavirus vaccination site in Beijing. © Reuters SHIN WATANABE, Nikkei staff writerMarch 10,
  7. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-28/singapore-vaccine-plan-students-then-open-season-balakrishnan Singapore Plans to Vaccinate Students First, Then Everyone Else Singapore plans to roll out vaccines to students, followed by everyone else eligible, in what will be a “great acceleration” of vaccinations in the country, Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said in an interview on CNN. “Our next step is that we’re going to offer vaccination to our school students, the teenagers,” Balakrishnan said, “following which it’ll be open season for everyone in Singapore.” The
  8. The Pfizer vaccine showed efficacy of 95% The Moderna vaccine was 94.1% Sinovac is 50.4%, dafug! https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Coronavirus/Sinovac-vaccine-disappoints-at-50.4-efficacy-latest-Brazil-data Sinovac vaccine disappoints at 50.4% efficacy: latest Brazil data Results come as scientists slam biomed center for raising 'unrealistic' hopes The Butantan biomedical production center in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is being blasted by scientists and observers for releasing partial data only days ago that generated unrealistic expectations. © Reuters January 13, 2021 10:
  9. Valneva says early studies show COVID-19 vaccine effective against Omicron Jan 19 (Reuters) - French biotech firm Valneva (VLS.PA) said on Wednesday that preliminary studies showed that three doses of its inactivated COVID-19 vaccine candidate neutralised the Omicron variant of the disease. All of the serum samples tested presented neutralizing antibodies against the ancestral virus and Delta variant, it said, while 87% of samples did so against the Omicron variant. "We are extremely pleased with these results," said Chief Medical Officer Juan Carlos Jaramillo in a statement, no
  10. https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/norway-warns-of-vaccination-risks-for-sick-elderly-patients-after-23-die-2353257 Norway Warns of Vaccination Risks For Sick Elderly Patients After 23 Die Norwegian officials said 23 people had died in the country a short time after receiving their first dose of the vaccine. Of those deaths, 13 have been autopsied, with the results suggesting that common side effects may have contributed to severe reactions in frail, elderly people, according to the Norwegian Medicines Agency. Pfizer and BioNTech are working with the Norwegian regulator to investig
  11. With a high efficacy close to mRNA, it should be good news to poorer countries. Texas scientists’ new Covid-19 vaccine is cheaper, easier to make and patent-free Dr Maria Bottazzi says their vaccine, called Corbevax, is unique because they do not intend to patent it Erum Salam Sat 15 Jan 2022 10.00 GMT A new Covid-19 vaccine is being developed by Texas scientists using a decades-old conventional method that will make the production and distribution cheaper and more accessible for countries most affected by the pandemic and where new variants are likely to o
  12. Sinovac lai liao. I guess HSA will fast track approve them for use, no point keeping them in cold storage space. Just in in time for the general population starting in April. Keeping finger crossed not to get it. https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/1-new-case-of-locally-transmitted-covid-19-infection-24-Feb-2021-Updated
  13. Last month I watched Steven's video Travelling during a pandemic and didn't think much of it. Firstly, because he's from the media so kinda duty-bound to travel. Secondly, no other "famous people" utilising the VTL. Thirdly, no one around me talking about it either so it's not relatable at all. I watched his video in envy though. Fast-forward a month later, Shane Pow, who was recently released from prison after having served his jail time for drink driving and signed on with Lee Nan Xing's talent management agency, is going to Germany as well for work! https://www.asiaone.c
  14. Plug-and-play vaccine, a good read: Prof Sarah Gilbert, Covid vaccine creator: Now let’s take on 12 more diseases If you head to the cutting edge of vaccinology you will find Prof Dame Sarah Gilbert, from the Jenner Institute and the architect of the Oxford vaccine. Using a revolutionary technology, the team at Oxford had a vaccine ready to start clinical trials in just 65 days. In partnership with pharma giant AstraZeneca, more than 1.5 billion doses have been distributed around the world. The new generation of vaccines are quick to make and highly flexible.
  15. Saw this commentary article on CNA with an interesting question. We all know that anti-vaccination movements in western countries like the US is pretty strong but in sg I feel that its not as prominent?? Are there actually people in sg that are strongly against vaccination? Not sure if its because of gov censorship or Singaporeans generally have a lack of opinion on this matter. So it comes back down to the commentary question: Will you unfriend someone because they refuse to get vaccinated? 😂 Gov also making gatherings with friends harder with the whole only vaccinated people get to din
  16. I Fully vaccinated cinema halls. Wow. It has already begun. Where else?
  17. Book a Toyota now and walk away with $560 worth of petrol vouchers if you're fully vaccinated! 😆 https://www.sgcarmart.com/new_cars/newcars_adpage.php?Make=Toyota
  18. BioNTech vaccine creates 10 times more antibodies than Sinovac, study finds https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/health-environment/article/3141285/coronavirus-hong-kong-biontech-vaccine-recipients "Though quantity of coronavirus-targeting proteins does not directly correlate to level of immunity, findings may suggest ‘substantial differences in vaccine effectiveness’ But study’s lead author notes moderate levels of protection are better than none at all, saying: ‘Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good’ ."
  19. https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Coronavirus/Japan-nears-homegrown-vaccine-with-Daiichi-Sankyo-Phase-3-trials?utm_campaign=GL_JP_update&utm_medium=email&utm_source=NA_newsletter&utm_content=article_link&del_type=4&pub_date=20210713090000&seq_num=2&si=44594 Japan nears homegrown vaccine with Daiichi Sankyo Phase 3 trials Shionogi eyes enough COVID shots for 60m people a year KENYA AKAMA, Nikkei staff writerJuly 13, 2021 04:44 JST TOKYO -- Daiichi Sankyo plans to begin Phase 3 clinical trials for its coronavirus vaccine this autumn with the aim
  20. San Francisco to 37,000 city employees: Get vaccinated for COVID or get out SAN FRANCISCO – In an announcement Wednesday evening, the city of San Francisco told its 37,000 employees they must either be vaccinated against COVID-19 within 10 weeks of the Food and Drug Administration giving final approval to a coronavirus vaccine, or lose their jobs. This would make San Francisco the first large U.S. city to require vaccination of all city employees. "It's quite straightforward – it's my job to protect the safety of our employees; I am exercising my duty under the San Francisco cha
  21. https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Coronavirus/COVID-vaccines/Hundreds-of-Sinovac-injected-Indonesian-doctors-contract-COVID?utm_campaign=GL_coronavirus_latest&utm_medium=email&utm_source=NA_newsletter&utm_content=article_link&del_type=10&pub_date=20210618123000&seq_num=15&si=44594 Hundreds of Sinovac-injected Indonesian doctors contract COVID Dozens hospitalized as concerns rise over efficacy against more virulent strains A medical worker prepares a dose of the Sinovac vaccine before giving it to a doctor at a facility in Jakarta, Indonesia, on January
  22. this is really good news after covid ... the mRNA technology will be accelerated to be used on many other applications/vaccines .... spore huat ah!
  23. Personal and leisure travel will return from the second half of this year as borders reopen to tourists hungry to be free again and to reunite with families and friends, the director of the International Air Transport Association (Iata) said in an interview with The Straits Times. Mr Alexandre de Juniac said the recovery in business travel will be slower, and the actual volume of travel by the year end will still be low compared with the pre-Covid-19 period in 2019. "We will likely start seeing a change in the air travel landscape after May or June this year," he added. "We at Iata a
  24. Covid has been with us for a while now and there are no signs that it will go away in the next few months. Social distancing, good hygiene, isolation and quarantine techniques have been instrumental in the initial battle and remain the primary weapons of choice in any outbreak. But now, we are seeing more countries resort to making vaccines in the hope that it can bring about stability and a return to normalcy. Having spent time in the trenches against this beast, I would like to share some info on the battle against it. R&D is now where the battle is being fought, and h
  25. - https://vaccine.gov.sg/ WHEEE! Register your vaccination here!!!! Who wanna be the first comer!
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