France calls on US to drop vaccine export bans
The French president spoke out after the US backed a proposal to waive patents on Covid-19 vaccines.
Putin says Sputnik jabs 'reliable as Kalashnikovs'
Inside the Indian rural hospitals unable to cope
Pakistan enters partial lockdown as Eid nears
US backs waiver on vaccine patents to boost supply
India says new variant linked to Covid surge
Canada authorises Pfizer vaccine for ages 12 to 15
Brazil's bubble of bad vaccine info
Has India's pandemic peaked?
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Covid and pregnancy - should you get the vaccine?
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12:46 7 May
WHO approves Chinese Covid vaccine
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11:23 7 May
Under-40s in Wales 'should have second AZ jab'
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11:14 7 May
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Figuring out the stats on coronavirus in Wales
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6:24 7 May
More people to be offered alternative to AZ vaccine
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5:22 7 May
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