Newspaper Headlines: Oxford Vaccine "Highly Effective" And Other Top Stories

Updated: November 24, 2020 09:36 IST

Newspaper Headlines: Oxford Vaccine \'Highly Effective\' And Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: The University of Oxford and pharma major AstraZeneca on Monday said their coronavirus vaccine was up to 90% effective in late-stage clinical trials, announcing what may be the most crucial development for India to realistically begin expecting by the end of the year the first shots to prevent Covid-19 infections. Veteran Congress leader, former Union minister and three-time Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi, who rose from grassroots politics to steer the restive northeastern state towards order and development after decades of bloody insurgency, died on Monday in Guwahati of Covid-19 complications. More
Newspaper Headlines: Oxford Vaccine \'Highly Effective\' And Other Top Stories
The Indian Express: Oxford-AstraZeneca on Monday announced that interim trial data from the crucial phase 3 trial shave shown that its Covid19 vaccine candidate is 70.4 per cent effective, indicating a high level of protection against novel coronavirus infection. Facing a hailstorm of criticism from across the political spectrum, including the ruling CPM and its LDF alliance, the Kerala government Monday said it will "not go ahead with implementing" the controversial amendment to the Kerala Police Act to mandate a jail term for any "offensive" social media post.
Newspaper Headlines: Oxford Vaccine \'Highly Effective\' And Other Top Stories
The Asian Age: The pandemic situation in Delhi has "worsened" and it has gone "out of control" in Gujarat, the Supreme Court said on Monday while expressing concern over the surge in number of COVID-19 cases across the country. More

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