A U.S company specialising in vaccines has released results from the first stage of human trials of their new Covid-19 vaccine, showing early trial participants have the same neutralising antibody in their blood as those who have contracted and recovered from the coronavirus. In a press release issued on May 18, pharmaceutical giant, Moderna, said
The Covid-19 crisis has taken Australia’s pharmacy sector on a roller coaster ride in recent months with no one able to say for sure what the future of the industry will look like. However what is almost certain is that pharmacy will not simply go ‘back to normal’ once the coronavirus pandemic is declared contained.
Every cloud has a silver lining and for many women the silver lining of Covid isolation has been to reduce (or completely drop!) hair, make-up and all-round primping from our daily routines. Go on admit it – it HAS been nice to have a break from the daily grind of looking fabulous. At least for
If you’ve been regularly washing your hands for the government-endorsed 20 seconds throughout the day – keep up the good work! You can pat yourself on the back knowing you have, in your own small way, contributed to the flattening of the coronavirus curve. No good deed goes unpunished however – you will have noticed
Promising new Covid-19 treatments on the horizon While we’re all doing our bit to flatten the curve by severely curbing our social and work activities, scientists and medical researchers around the world are hard at work developing new treatments and vaccines that will potentially prevent deaths and serious illness as well as help us emerge