Delta subvariant won't change Covid-19 picture, Oxford vaccine chief says

A subvariant of Delta that is growing in England is being monitored but is not likely to change the Covid-19 picture, Oxford Vaccine Group chief Andrew Pollard said on Wednesday.

2021-10-21 12:55:00 AM

A subvariant of Delta that is growing in England is being monitored but is not likely to change the Covid-19 picture, Oxford Vaccine Group chief Andrew Pollard said on Wednesday.

A subvariant of Delta that is growing in England is being monitored but is not likely to change the Covid-19 picture, Oxford Vaccine Group chief Andrew Pollard said on Wednesday.

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New Zealand reports record number of daily Covid-19 cases as Delta variant spreadsNew Zealand recorded on Tuesday the highest number of daily cases since the pandemic began last year, as the Delta variant of the coronavirus spreads in its biggest city Auckland. 94 cases. 94.... Let's reign in the hyperbole, shall we? People who give up are the people who lose in life, my first experience happens to be a failure but i never gave up cause I knew it was going to work out for me trying continuously, fortunately I'm smiling ☺ today getting involved with lethica10

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The latest developments in the Covid-19 crisisThe US has suffered the most Covid-related deaths with 724,317, followed by Brazil with 603,282, India 452,290, Mexico 284,381 and Russia 224,310.

EU has exported 'over 1 billion' Covid-19 vaccine dosesThe European Union, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Singapore and Japan all among those to have more than half of their populations fully vaccinated.