BEIJING, July 27 (Reuters) – Antibodies triggered by Sinovac Biotech’s (SVA.O) COVID-19 vaccine declined below a key threshold from around six months after a second dose for most recipients, but a third shot had a strong booster effect, a lab study showed.
Chinese researchers reported the findings from a study of blood samples from healthy adults aged between 18-59 in a paper published on Sunday, which has not been peer reviewed. https://bit.ly/3zGsxQt
Among participants who received two doses, two or four weeks apart, only 16.9% and 35.2% respectively still had neutralising antibodies above what researchers regard as a detectable threshold level six months after the second shot, the paper said.
Those readings were based on data from two cohorts involving more than 50 participants each, while the study gave third doses of the vaccine or placebo to a total of 540 participants.
Tesla reported earnings after the bell Monday, and it’s a beat on both top and bottom lines. Shares rose about 1% after hours. Here are the results.
- Earnings: $1.45 vs 98 cents per share adjusted expected, according to Refinitiv
- Revenue: $11.96 billion vs $11.30 billion expected, according to Refinitiv
The company reported $1.14 billion in (GAAP) net income for the quarter, the first time it has surpassed $1 billion.
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“We’re making our Supercharger network open to other EVs later this year,” Musk said on Tuesday, adding that over time Tesla’s charging network will be opened to other electric vehicles in all countries.
Install the AirPods Pro Firmware Profile on iPhone
- On your iPhone, go to the Apple Developer website, log in, and navigate to the downloads section.
- Tap on the carrot in the upper right corner and then tap on “More.”
- Scroll down to “AirPods Pro beta” and tap on “View Details.”
- Tap on the iOSAirPodsProSeed.mobileconfig configuration profile.
- Tap on “Allow” to install it, and select the iPhone.