Pharmaceutical giants feel a “deep responsibility” to make sure no one gets left behind when it comes to accessing a coronavirus vaccine, an industry leader has said.
The United States has surpassed the “grim” milestone of 100,000 coronavirus deaths.
A north-east health board has confirmed the HPV vaccine will now be delivered.
Volunteers are being recruited for the next two phases of clinical trials to help develop a coronavirus vaccine this year.
Family visits and teachers back in schools: Scottish Government’s phased route out of coronavirus lockdown explained
A phased easing of lockdown restrictions could begin by next Thursday.
Results of a human trial of a coronavirus vaccine could be available by the middle of June, an expert has said.
The Prime Minister said there was no guarantee of a vaccine against Covid-19, but stated the UK was at the forefront of international efforts to develop one.
The future of a museum dedicated to “father of vaccination” Dr Edward Jenner is under threat as it faces a funding collapse during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The University of Oxford has partnered with pharmaceutical giant AstraZenenca for the development, manufacture and large-scale distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine candidate that is currently being trialled in the UK.
One of the first people to be injected as part of UK human trials for a coronavirus vaccine has said she is “doing fine”, after a fake article about her death was circulated on social media.
A coronavirus vaccine might not be ready until later next year, the former deputy chief medical officer for England has said.
The first people have been injected as part of human trials in the UK for a coronavirus vaccine.
Researchers at the University of Oxford are starting human trials for a potential coronavirus vaccine candidate.
Human trials for a coronavirus vaccine in the UK are due to get under way, with hundreds of people volunteering to be part of the study.
Dozens of hospitals in Australia and New Zealand will trial a HIV treatment and an anti-malarial touted by US President Donald Trump on patients infected with Covid-19.
Scientists are racing to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus, with a team in the UK saying that clinical trials could start by the end of the week.
Safety steps are not being missed out during the rapid development of a coronavirus vaccine, the scientist leading the effort has said.
Vaccines are “long shots” and people should not rely on the swift development of one for Covid-19, the Government’s chief scientific adviser has warned.
Nobody can be “completely certain” that it is possible to find a vaccine for Covid-19, but the prospects are “very good”, according to a scientist who is leading a team attempting to develop one.
The world must live with the threat of Covid-19 “for the foreseeable future” as there is no guarantee of a successful vaccine, a prominent expert on the disease has reportedly said.
A key adviser to the Government on coronavirus has said trials for a vaccine for the disease could be completed by mid-August.
The newly announced task force set up by the Government is seeking to find a vaccine for Covid-19 in double-quick time, but what will it involve and how does it work?
UK volunteers could be given the first dose of a potential coronavirus vaccine within the next week, researchers say.
Around one in five people are unsure whether they would get a coronavirus vaccine if it becomes available, according to research.
Researchers across the world are working around the clock to develop vaccines and treatments for coronavirus.
Three potential Covid-19 vaccines are making fast progress in early-stage testing in China and the US, but it is still a long road to prove whether or not they will really work.
Health staff should not be put in a position where they have to consider withdrawing care due to a lack of protection, the Business Secretary has said.
Lucky Strike and Benson & Hedges maker British American Tobacco (BAT) has become the latest firm to offer hope of a Covid-19 vaccine after revealing a breakthrough with its tobacco plant technology.
Researchers across the world are racing to create a vaccine and treatment for coronavirus.
A Scottish scientist leading attempts to develop a vaccine to combat coronavirus has challenged other countries to follow the UK’s lead and fund their efforts.