Vaccine

Greek PM Says Country Building a “Wall of Immunity” Against Coronavirus

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis praised the country's vaccination program, referring to a "wall of immunity" against the coronavirus.

Pfizer’s Bourla to Receive National Father’s Day Award

Dr. Albert Bourla, the Thessaloniki-born head of Pfizer, will be awarded the title of "Father of the Year" by the National Father's Day Committee.

Greece Records 36 New Coronavirus Deaths as Lockdown Remains in Place

Greece recorded a total of 1,269 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday and 36 new deaths, according to the nation's authorities.

Coronavirus Vaccine Certificate “By Summer” EU Leaders Decide

Thursday's coronavirus summit resulted in a surprisingly swift decision to issue vaccine certificates to ease travel by the Summer of 2021.

When Will Americans Be Allowed to Travel to Greece This Year?

Americans have been a major part of summer tourism in Greece. Although they may not make up the largest contingent of visitors, they spend more.

EU Leaders Mull Coronavirus Vaccine Certificates In Bid to Boost Travel

EU leaders have agreed to discuss the possible issuance of vaccine certificates to help restart travel when they meet on Thursday.

Panel Says Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Safe and Effective

A new, single- dose coronavirus vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson is now set for FDA approval for emergency use.

Bourla Vows to Double Vaccine Production as Biden Visits Pfizer

U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday met with Pfizer Inc CEO Albert Bourla and asked for fulfilment of the country's COVID-19 vaccine stockpile by summer

Greece Issues Vaccination Certificate as Cases Climb to 1,460

Greece issued a vaccination certificate for those who have received the shot on Friday, while the country recorded 1,460 cases of the virus.

Stanford’s Professor Ioannidis Weighs In on Coronavirus Vaccines

In an exclusive interview, Stanford University Professor Dr. John Ioannidis assessed the different vaccines being administered around the world.