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Coronavirus: How to vaccinate a nation

https://www.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/blog/coronavirus-how-to-vaccinate-a-nation
By Roger Highfield

…of coronavirus vaccination centres. Those eligible to be vaccinated will be invited to book through the national booking service. If you’re eligible, please visit the NHS website or call 119….

Coronavirus: How the virus spread worldwide

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By Roger Highfield

…deal of time for the pandemic to accrue genetic diversity, and partly because coronaviruses evolve more slowly than viruses like influenza. How much has the virus mutated? There is not…

Coronavirus: Virtual Pandemics

https://www.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/blog/coronavirus-virtual-pandemics
By Roger Highfield

…seen on the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center or Robert Koch-Institute website. You can check the number of UK COVID-19 lab-confirmed cases and deaths along with figures from the Office…

Coronavirus: The climate connection

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By Roger Highfield

…spread can be seen on the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center or Robert Koch-Institute website. You can check the number of UK COVID-19 lab-confirmed cases and deaths along with figures…

Coronavirus: The Moth Vaccine

https://www.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/blog/coronavirus-the-moth-vaccine
By Roger Highfield

…– the coronavirus recombinant vaccine and the mRNA vaccine – approved by the end of the year. ARE YOU DOING CHALLENGE TRIALS OF YOUR VACCINE? We are not involved in…

Coronavirus: are we back to normal?

https://www.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/blog/coronavirus-are-we-back-to-normal
By Roger Highfield

…IS OMICRON MORE INFECTIOUS? People infected with the Omicron variant of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 are almost 50% more likely to infect those they live with than are individuals infected with…

Coronavirus: how the virus changed science

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By Roger Highfield

…of ‘little ships’ to avert Britain’s threatened coronavirus crisis by increasing testing. The ‘ship’ of the Francis Crick Institute, directed by Paul and where I have my lab, took up…

COVID-19: Preparing for the Next Pandemic

https://www.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/blog/preparing-for-the-next-pandemic
By Roger Highfield

…important and perhaps let us take coronaviruses off the table. The reason so many of us were concerned about coronaviruses prior to COVID-19 is that within the coronavirus family, there…

An uncomfortable milestone

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By Ian Blatchford

…China when the coronavirus struck. And while coronavirus will undoubtedly define this year and next, climate change remains the defining issue for the 21st century. Our museums have a vital…

Planet primed for animal infections to spillover into humans

https://www.sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/blog/planet-primed-for-animal-infections-to-spillover-into-humans
By Roger Highfield

…why, in 2018, the World Health Organisation singled out one hypothetical pandemic candidate, which it labelled Disease X, as ‘a novel coronavirus other than SARS or MERS‘. Today, in the…