Rapid coronavirus breath tests to roll out in the Netherlands

Rapid, less intrusive coronavirus breath tests are set to roll out in the Netherlands, health officials there said.  Starting this week, testing facilities in Amsterdam began to use the so-called SpiroNose, a machine that works similarly to a breath alcohol test. A

Denmark to develop digital passport proving vaccinations

Denmark’s government said Wednesday it is joining forces with businesses to develop a digital passport that would show whether people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, allowing them to travel and help ease restrictions on public life. Finance Minister Morten Boedskov told

China to provide 10M COVID-19 vaccines to developing countries

China will supply 10 million coronavirus vaccines to developing countries through an initiative co-led by the World Health Organization, called COVAX, according to China’s Foreign Ministry. Spokesman Wang Wenbin said during a briefing Wednesday China is answering to a request from the

GSK, CureVac to make COVID-19 vaccines aimed at new variants

Drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline said Wednesday it will work with a German biopharmaceutical company to develop new vaccines targeting emerging variants of COVID-19 amid concerns that some mutations are making the virus harder to combat. GSK plans to invest 150 million euros ($181 million)

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