COVID-19 vaccines arrive in Senegal from China

For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2021-02-18/COVID-19-vaccines-arrive-in-Senegal-from-China-XYvJa0OL6w/index.html Senegalese President Macky Sall received a shipment of the coronavirus vaccine from China at Blaise Diagne International Airport on Wednesday evening. Sall...

News Wrap: White House task force reports increase in COVID-19 vaccinations

In our news wrap Wednesday, the White House COVID task force reported an average of 1.7 million Americans are being vaccinated daily as President...

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Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine arrives in SA

The first delivery of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine arrived in South Africa on the evening of 16 February 2021. #COVID19news #Vaccines source

Is Canada ready for a COVID-19 vaccine ramp up?

After weeks of delayed COVID-19 vaccine shipments, Canada is expected to see more doses start arriving this week. But there are concerns that the...

Israel sees positive signs from Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

Dr. Jen Ashton shares some encouraging news regarding the country’s efficacy rates with the vaccine. source

When will children start getting the COVID-19 vaccine?

Answers to your coronavirus questions from Dr. Jen Ashton. source

WATCH: Pentagon holds briefing on COVID-19 vaccine distribution

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The COVID-19 Vaccine and 'a Healthier, Safer Community'

Rush experts address common concerns and dispel myths about the COVID-19 vaccine. source

What to Expect: COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects

As COVID-19 vaccinations continue so do the reports of side effects, from headaches to extreme fatigue and fevers. Damian Trujillo reports. Stay connected: Follow us...

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