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Initial Batch Of COVID-19 Vaccines Will Go To States Based On Population, Not Risk

Operation Warp Speed is allocating the first batch of 6.4 million COVID vaccines to states, based on population. This circumvents a CDC advisory committee, which proposed allocation based on risk.

AstraZeneca is developing what may be the most widely accessible Covid-19 vaccine

Unlike Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines, which need cold storage, it may be easier for some countries to successfully store and distribute AstraZenecas vaccine candidate.

IDSA Updates COVID Guidelines for Antibodies, Antivirals, Others

Infectious disease experts critically review evidence for use of bamlanivimab, address new data on remdesivir and tocilizumab, and comment on new findings for the Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine. Medscape Medical News

This could be the most promising life-saving COVID-19 drug to date

A promising coronavirus drug called CD24Fc showed in clinical trials that it could reduce the risk of respiratory failure or death by more than 50%. Merck announced plans to purchase the COVID-19 drug in a deal worth at least $425 million, with plans to mass-produce the anti-inflammatory. The drug might be available before the middle…

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