Germany hits 1 M virus cases as vaccine doubt emerges
The Philippine Star|November 28, 2020
BERLIN (AFP) – Germany, once a beacon of hope in Europe’s coronavirus nightmare, logged its one millionth case yesterday, as questions emerged over just how much protection is offered by one of the leading vaccine candidates.

Like much of the continent, Germany is battling a resurgence of a pandemic that shows little sign of retreating before the release of several leading inoculations.

But the developers of one of the jabs, British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca, said Thursday that further research was needed after mixed results were produced in a late-stage trial.

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