Mexico discovers fake molnupiravir, 1 week after drug approval

Mexico already sees black market as counterfeit versions of molnupiravir circulating for sale, but one week after authorities approved the drug to treat those at risk of severe COVID-19 Because ofThe Associated Press 14. January 2022, 23:55 • 2 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article MEXICO CITY – Mexico said Friday that … Read more

Shkreli ordered to return $ 64M is excluded from drug industry

A federal judge has ordered Martin Shkreli to return $ 64.6 million in profits he and his company recovered from inflating the price of life-saving medicine Daraprim and blocked him from participating for the rest of his life to the pharmaceutical industry Because of MICHAEL R. SISAK and JENNIFER PELTZ Associated Press 14. January 2022, … Read more

Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC says quarterly profit is $ 6 billion

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the largest contract maker of processor chips, says its quarterly profit rose 16.4% year-on-year to $ 6 billion amid growing demand for chips for smartphones and other electronics Because ofThe Associated Press 13. January 2022, 07:01 • 2 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article TAIPEI, Taiwan – Taiwan … Read more

UK may be the first country to emerge from pandemic, says expert

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson will send a visit to St Thomas’ Hospital to receive his coronavirus booster vaccination in London, UK, 2 December 2021. Paul Edwards | Reuters LONDON – It has been widely criticized for its reluctance to impose more Covid-19 restrictions in the face of the omicron variant, … Read more

Consider strategic options for UK-based Boots

FILE – In a file photo from October 5, 2005, people were walking through a Boots pharmacy in central London. Drugstore chain Walgreen Co. says it will spend $ 6.7 billion to buy a stake in health and beauty retailer Alliance Boots. (AP Photo / Sergio Dionisio) Sergio Dionisio Walgreens Boots Alliance CEO Roz Brewer … Read more

Universal influenza vaccine could be the next major Moderna, Pfizer mRNA development

Employees in special costumes will test the procedures for making the messenger RNA (mRNA) for the Covid-19 vaccine at the German company BioNTech, in Marburg, Germany on March 29, 2021. Abdulhamid Hosbas | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images The research and development that led to the Covid-19 vaccines have stimulated efforts to find a more … Read more

Which will be closed from January 7th

Transparent barriers that maintain social distance measures will be seen on tables in a Hong Kong restaurant on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Roy Liu | Bloomberg via Getty Images From bars and pubs to sports halls and karaoke rooms, Hong Kong will ban most public activities from Friday. The Asian financial hub will re-introduce strict … Read more

FS counts more than 1 million new daily Covid cases in worldwide record

US Army Critical Care Nurse, Captain Edward Rauch Jr. (L), on December 17, 2021, a Covid-19 patient was running on a ventilator at Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn, Michigan. Jeff Kowalsky | AFP | Getty Images The U.S. reported a record number of new Covid cases on Monday, with more than one million new infections. A … Read more

International Vaccine Institute on Covid Vaccinations

A COVID-19 vaccination cardholder will be handed out at a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club on December 21, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ethan Miller | Getty Images If 2021 were the year of vaccine development, 2022 would be a year marked by vaccinations and boostershots, according to a leading expert. … Read more

Photos of the world welcoming 2022 as omicron ventures into celebrations

From Sydney to Shanghai and New York to Paris, the world is leading the way in 2022 with New Year’s festivities largely overcome by pandemic concerns – even as uncertainty erupts and the omicron variant continues to drive up infections worldwide. Australia and New Zealand were among the first to enter the new year, followed … Read more