UK study finds mRNA Covid-19 vaccines provide biggest booster impact

UK study finds mRNA Covid-19 vaccines provide biggest booster impact

3/12/2021 5:00:00 AM

UK study finds mRNA Covid-19 vaccines provide biggest booster impact

LONDON — Covid-19 vaccines made by Pfizer and Moderna that use mRNA technology provide the biggest boost to antibody levels when given 10-12 weeks after the second dose, a British study published on Thursday (Dec 2) has found.

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No plans to relax Covid-19 curbs for Chinese New Year holidays: Lawrence Wong

SINGAPORE — The Government does not plan to relax Covid-19 restrictions and intends to let them stay the same for the Chinese New Year period, in order to ride through the upcoming infection wave caused by the Omicron coronavirus strain.

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Germany cracks down on unjabbed to tackle Covid-19 surge

South Africa sees rise in COVID-19 reinfections from Omicron, mild symptoms: ScientistNAIROBI: South Africa is seeing an increase in COVID-19 reinfections due to the Omicron variant but symptoms for reinfected patients and those infected after vaccination appear to be mild, a scientist studying the outbreak of the new strain said. The new variant, which has caused global fears of a surge in

Covid-19: Indonesia tightens travel curbs as it braces for Omicron arrival

Biden opens winter battle against COVID-19WASHINGTON: President Joe Biden will announce Thursday (Dec 2) a winter campaign against COVID-19, with new testing requirements for travellers and a surge in vaccination efforts - but no clear path to defeating the pandemic he was elected to confront. Biden has brought steady leadership after the chaotic

Covid-19: Singapore detects first 2 Omicron infections; imported cases arrived on SIA flight from Johannesburg

Two imported cases in Singapore test 'preliminarily positive' for Omicron COVID-19 variant: MOHSINGAPORE: Two passengers who arrived in Singapore from South Africa on a Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight have tested \u0022preliminarily positive\u0022 for the Omicron COVID-19 variant, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Thursday (Dec 2). \u0022Both cases were isolated upon arrival in Singapore on Dec 1, and had