Having a range of Covid-19 vaccines available for people to use around the world will be essential to bringing the pandemic under control. Here’s why.
Preliminary data from phase III clinical trials has shown the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines to be more than 90% effective. So, how do they work, are they safe, and when will they be available?
To stop life-threatening infections from escalating, the world must control the spread of drug-resistant infections. Tim Jinks explains Wellcome's role in the global response to antimicrobial resistance.
As heads of state and international organisations meet at the Paris Peace Forum, we ask whether investing in treatments now could help end this crisis.
Vaccines, tests and treatments, alongside well-equipped health systems, are the solutions to bringing the Covid-19 pandemic under control. But this won’t happen without urgent investment.
Finding and delivering Covid-19 treatments worldwide requires global collaboration at an unprecedented scale. This is being done through the ACT-Accelerator Therapeutics Partnership.
We've introduced a new vision and strategy for Wellcome that we hope will have significant positive impacts on the course of human health over the next two decades.
Effective treatments, that are accessible to everyone who needs them, have to be part of the solution to the coronavirus pandemic – here's why.