International cooperation over COVID-19 vaccines and treatments is required to respond to emerging variants of the virus, improve access for pregnant women and build confidence in vaccines, Europe's drugs regulator said on Thursday. Health authorities from across the world including, Europe, the United States, Britain and Australia, met during the first few weeks of this year to address the evolving situation and rising infections, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said. Global coronavirus infections have exceeded 110 million as highly transmissible variants are ...
Health authorities call for common approach to Covid-19 treatments: EU
Global coronavirus infections have exceeded 110 million as highly transmissible variants are prompting drug developers and governments to tweak their testing and immunisation strategies
Reuters Last Updated at February 25, 2021 20:23 IST