An expert review finds that booster shots for the general population are not yet necessary since vaccine efficacy against severe COVID-19 remains high.
Two vaccines in early development are stable under high temperatures and could be game changers in global vaccine equity.
COVID-19 is unlikely to be the last coronavirus to spill over to humans. Scientists are working to make a universal vaccine to combat future outbreaks.
Data reported through a smartphone app provides the first detailed description of COVID-19 in symptomatic school-aged children.
Citing concern over vaccine efficacy against emerging variants, Pfizer seeks approval for a third booster, but many are not yet convinced it is necessary.
Small clinical trial has found that metabolic activators can improve recovery, liver health, and markers of inflammation in patients with COVID-19.
The protein-based vaccine has been highly anticipated, showing high efficacy against variants of concern.
It’s well understood that any mask reduces the transmission of viral particles but some are more effective than others.
Study shows that temperature changes have a smaller effect on transmission than policy interventions like lockdowns and social distancing.
Viruses are so varied and evolve so quickly that creating effective treatments against them becomes a daunting task.