May 27, 2020
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As of 25 March 2020, more than 416 916 cases of COVID-19 were reported worldwide by more than 150 countries. An increasing proportion of global cases are from EU/EEA countries and the UK. As of 25 March, 204 930 cases and 11 810 deaths have been reported in the EU/EEA and the UK.Read more
Europe's journal on infectious disease surveillance, epidemiology, prevention and control aims to provide timely facts and guidance for public health professionals and decision-makers in the field of infectious disease to facilitate the implementation of effective prevention and control measures. Access the latest journal articles on COVID-19.Read more
John Shiver, PhD, Senior Vice President, Vaccines Global R&D at Sanofi, discusses the mechanics of developing a vaccine in response to a pandemic and why he believes it can be done in time to stop the spread of COVID-19.Read more