WHO DG Urges Nations To Join COVAX By Friday Deadline; U.K., China Testing Inhaled Vaccine Delivery; Vaccine Companies Must Scale Up Production, Serum Institute Executive Says
AP: U.K. tests if COVID-19 vaccines might work better inhaled (9/14).
CIDRAP News: Rising vaccine wariness in some nations doesn’t bode well for COVID vaccines (Van Beusekom, 9/11).
DW: Coronavirus vaccination: What are we actually waiting for? (Vergin, 9/11).
The Hill: China starts testing nasal spray coronavirus vaccine (Deese, 9/11).
Financial Times: Not enough Covid vaccine for all until 2024, says biggest producer (Findlay et al., 9/14).
New York Times: Vaccine Makers Keep Safety Details Quiet, Alarming Scientists (Thomas, 9/13).
NPR: A COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Only 50% Effective. Is That Good Enough? (Aubrey, 9/12).
NPR: Army Marshals Resources To Aid In Race For Coronavirus Vaccine (Bowman/Peñaloza, 9/14).
POLITICO: Trump officials rush to introduce new, untested vaccine tracking system (Tahir/Roubein, 9/13).
Reuters: Taiwan says plans to sign up for ‘COVAX’ vaccine allocation scheme (Blanchard, 9/12).
Reuters: WHO head urges rich nations to join vaccine scheme by Friday deadline (Miller, 9/14).
STAT: Pfizer and BioNTech announce plan to expand Covid-19 vaccine trial (Herper, 9/12).
STAT: The ethics of pausing a vaccine trial in the midst of a pandemic: a conversation with Ruth Faden (Skerrett, 9/11).
VOA News: The Price of Beijing’s Vaccine Diplomacy in Southeast Asia (Yang et al., 9/12).