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OTTAWA — Health Canada's chief medical adviser says variant-specific vaccines can be approved faster than the general ones first issued to combat COVID-19, but one targeting the Omicron strain still likely won't be ready in time to help with the lateOTTAWA — Health Canada's chief medical adviser says variant-specific vaccines can be approved faster than the general ones first issued to combat COVID-19, but one targeting the Omicron strain still likely won't be ready in time to help with the late

Omicron-specific vaccine likely to come too late to help in this wave: Sharma - Sudbury News

The alternative is to continually chase the virus, developing vaccines against specific variants only after they have begun to spread.The alternative is to continually chase the virus, developing vaccines against specific variants only after they have begun to spread.

COVID is here for the long haul — we need a variant-proof vaccine | TheHill

The alternative is to continually chase the virus, developing vaccines against specific variants only after they have begun to spread.The alternative is to continually chase the virus, developing vaccines against specific variants only after they have begun to spread.

COVID is here for the long haul — we need a variant-proof vaccine | TheHill

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An important clinical trial looking at details of safety and immune-stimulating effects of mixed doses was undermined by changing vaccine protocols and bureaucratic complexity.An important clinical trial looking at details of safety and immune-stimulating effects of mixed doses was undermined by changing vaccine protocols and bureaucratic complexity.

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Health Canada's chief medical adviser says variant-specific vaccines can be approved faster than the general ones first issued to combat COVID-19, but one targeting the Omicron strain still likely won't be ready in time to help with the latest wave.Health Canada's chief medical adviser says variant-specific vaccines can be approved faster than the general ones first issued to combat COVID-19, but one targeting the Omicron strain still likely won't be ready in time to help with the latest wave.

COVID-19 vaccine targeting multiple variants needed: expert | CTV News

For The Conversation The pandemic is accelerating. It’s estimated that there could be 3 billion new infections globally over the next three months thanks to the highly infectious Omicron variant. Large outbreaks are ongoing across Europe and North America and cases are also rising in many other countries. Omicron has now reached most corners of the world – including whereFor The Conversation The pandemic is accelerating. It’s estimated that there could be 3 billion new infections globally over the next three months thanks to the highly infectious Omicron variant.

Omicron may reach millions before vaccines do | Deccan Herald

Dr. Supriya Sharma said what is really needed are vaccines that can possibly stop more than one variant at a time, including those yet to come.Dr. Supriya Sharma said what is really needed are vaccines that can possibly stop more than one variant at a time, including those yet to come.

Omicron specific COVID vaccine likely won’t be ready to tackle latest surge: Sharma - National | Globalnews.ca

Health Canada's chief medical adviser says variant-specific vaccines can be approved faster than the general ones first issued to combat COVID-19, but one targeting the Omicron strain still likely won't be ready in time to help with the latest wave.Health Canada's chief medical adviser says variant-specific vaccines can be approved faster than the general ones first issued to combat COVID-19, but one targeting the Omicron strain still likely won't be ready in time to help with the latest wave.

Omicron-specific vaccine likely to come too late to help in this wave: Sharma - Canada News - Castanet.net

Large outbreaks are ongoing across Europe and North America and cases are also rising in many other countries. Omicron has now reached most corners of the world – including where COVID vaccine coverage is low. The African continent, for example, has recently reported a significant rise in daily reported new cases.Large outbreaks are ongoing across Europe and North America and cases are also rising in many other countries. Omicron has now reached most corners of the world – including where COVID vaccine coverage is low. The African continent, for example, has recently reported a significant rise in daily reported new cases.

omicron vaccine: Omicron may reach millions before vaccines do – but that doesn't mean race to vaccinate the world is over - The Economic Times