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4 days ago
German pharmaceutical company BioNTech has begun construction of an COVID-19 vaccine plant in Rwanda. When completed, it will be the first mRNA vaccine plant in Africa.
2 Jan
German Free Democrat politician Moritz Körner said that the pair have saved "millions of lives." The euro is set to be redesigned over the coming years.
20 Sep 2021
The announcement comes as coronavirus cases among children surge in the United States and other parts of the world.
27 Jul 2021
After developing a coronavirus vaccine in record time, the German pharmaceutical company aims to start trialing a malaria shot next year using the same breakthrough mRNA technology.
23 Jul 2021
The Biovac Institute reached a deal with Pfizer to prepare and deliver vaccine doses for the continent. It comes amid an increase of cases in Africa, where just 2% of the population have received a first dose.
17 Mar 2021
As the world continues to battle the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, health experts and several pharmaceutical companies have come up with vaccines to reduce the effects. Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has given a significant boost to the global fight and here are five key things to know about the controversial vaccine.
11 Jan 2021
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25 Dec 2020
We're not superheroes, we are scientists, BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin has told DW. In an exclusive interview, the scientist explains how the firm will respond to a new virus strain and why he has not been vaccinated yet.
23 Dec 2020
It is "highly likely" that BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine works against the variant detected in the UK, the company's CEO has said. If necessary, the German firm could also adapt the vaccine within six weeks.
23 Dec 2020
The decision by European Medicines Agency may allow countries to begin vaccinating before the end of the year. The vaccine's approval was widely expected, as EU nations grapple with a worsening coronavirus second wave.
9 Dec 2020
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5 Dec 2020
Pfizer and BioNTech have lodged their COVID-19 vaccine with the European Medicines Agency for conditional approval. The companies have already taken similar steps in the US and UK.

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