The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided on Thursday night to approve Moderna Inc’s coronavirus vaccine on an emergency basis, the Financial Times reported citing people close to the process.
The report comes after the FDA said it informed Moderna that it would rapidly work towards the finalization and issuance of emergency use authorization (EUA) for its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, according to commissioner Stephen Hahn.
Coronavirus: Top US lawmakers to receive COVID-19 vaccineThe top leaders of the US House and Senate will be receiving the coronavirus vaccine this week, and Congress’ attending physician has informed members ... Coronavirus
Coronavirus: US ready to ship 5.9mln doses of new, near-approval COVID-19 vaccineThe US on Thursday stood ready to ship 5.9 million doses of a new coronavirus vaccine that is on the cusp of winning regulatory approval, just as the ... Coronavirus
Coronavirus: UN chief urges rich countries to share COVID-19 vaccinesUN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is appealing to rich nations to support the purchase of coronavirus vaccines for poor countries.For the latest ... Coronavirus
Coronavirus: Palestinians left waiting as Israel is set to deploy COVID-19 vaccineIsrael will begin rolling out a major coronavirus vaccination campaign next week after the prime minister reached out personally to the head of a ... Coronavirus