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Holdouts among hospital and care home staff face suspension but government says mandatory vaccination has worked
Israeli start-up MeMed aims to cut unnecessary prescribing of antibiotics with 15-minute procedure
Lacklustre data point to flagging economic recovery in China too but US sales bounce back strongly
Latest data stokes concern that the country’s economy is losing momentum
Britain is joining nine other countries that have announced similar programmes offering an additional jab
We should foster solidarity with our fellow humans at all times, not just during a global crisis
UK is right to press ahead, belatedly, with boosters and vaccines for teens
Innova chief would be ‘surprised’ if free lateral flow testing was available to individuals beyond early next year
Doses were to be manufactured in Scotland with deliveries starting in 2022
Experts foresee rises in cases, hospitalisations and deaths with onset of seasonal flu to follow
Companies will have to ensure that employees are jabbed or have regular tests
Tech group postpones plans in precautionary move amid high levels of infections and hospitalisations
Investment in infrastructure is critical if we are to beat this pandemic and prepare for the next
Genomics company gained global prominence with role in helping track coronavirus
California group co-founded by Nobel Prize winner Jennifer Doudna seeks to expand use of gene-editing tool
Chief scientific officer dismisses criticism that the company is pushing additional Covid-19 shots too aggressively
Exscientia’s drug development programme secures funding from Gates Foundation
Ikea’s furniture supply shortages encapsulate broader logistic crunch and its attendant economic perils