Pfizer, United States, Albert Borland discussed on AP 24 Hour News

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Sharp spike in Corona virus cases. Daily New Corona virus infections are now about double the level of just last week on Monday, hits 93,000 for the second day running. That's prompted speculation the British government is considering titling some restrictions, such as reducing the number of people gathering indoors in England. In the current limit of 30, the government's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van Tom says. While the rising infections is much more marked among people between 17 and 21, he was as much concerned about a more general and creeping geographic trend across the country. Charles Ledesma, Leaders of six state legislatures in the big 10 footprint have sent a letter to the league's commissioner asking to reconsider the decision to cancel the fall football season. Graduate students who teach are on strike at the University of Michigan over in person instruction during the pandemic. I'm a Donahue AP News Nine drug companies are taking an unprecedented step aimed at boosting public confidence in any approved Corona virus vaccine. Affirms include Merck, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and others who'd be likely to produce the first virus vaccines amid worries US regulators will face political pressure to approve a vaccine before it's fully proven safe and effective. The company's top executives have signed a pledge. All the companies are saying that we will only have me For authorization when we have evidence off safety and efficacy, Pfizer CEO Albert Borland telling NBC's today show they will stand with science sticking to the highest standards in testing and manufacturing. Soccer Megane Washington. The firm's include Merck, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and others who'd be likely to produce the first virus vaccines amid worries US regulators will face political pressure to approve a vaccine before it's fully proven safe and effective. The company's top executives have signed a pledge. All the companies are saying that we will only have me For authorization when we have evidence off safety and efficacy, Pfizer CEO Albert Borland telling NBC's today show they will stand with science sticking to the highest standards in testing.

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