Stopping the coronavirus pandemic will likely require a majority of people around the world to be immunized. But will vaccines let us stamp out COVID-19 like we did with smallpox?
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Many people fear mutations and a third wave, but COVID-19 infection rates are falling worldwide. Is the virus losing steam or are health measures finally having an effect?
Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID-19 vaccine received approval by US regulators, making it the third jab available in the country.
For almost a year, Slovakia has been ruled by a coalition that pledged to clean up the "mafia state." Its chaotic strategies during the coronavirus pandemic, however, have pushed the country into a healthcare emergency.
Pressure is mounting on the German government to extend the gap between the first and second COVID vaccination and speed up the vaccination program. The move could potentially save up to 15,000 lives.
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