Results of Oxford’s new coronavirus vaccine

LONDON: A coronavirus vaccine developed by researchers at Oxford University is set to be released in October, and the vaccine has been shown to be effective in preventing the worst effects of corona.

 

A possible coronavirus vaccine, developed by Oxford University researchers, is set to be released in October.According to details,this vaccine is likely to be helpful for patients with Covid-19 because it reduces the body’s immune system response. This vaccine has been shown to be effective in preventing the worst effects of Corona.

 

Professor Adrian Hill, a leading scientist,director and project leader at the Jenner Institute at Oxford University, said that Oxford’s Covid-19 vaccine is due to be released in October.

 

This experimental Covid-19 vaccine has shown very good results in animals (champions) after which we have entered the next stage of human trials.

 

The Oxford vaccine, dubbed the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19, has been developed in collaboration with the pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca, and is being tested on volunteers in Brazil in the first phase.

 

It should be noted that more than 100 laboratories around the world are working to develop the corona vaccine, of which only ten have reached the stage of clinical trials so far. Experts say that it is possible to develop the corona vaccine by the end of next year. 

 

It should be noted that the scientists of the World Health Organization have also called this coronavirus vaccine the best vaccine so far.

 

 According to a report by a foreign news agency, the scientists of the World Health Organization (WHO) while compiling a list of corona vaccines said that the corona vaccine developed by the company AstraZeneca is one of the best vaccines ever. 

 

Moderna Covid-19 vaccine is not far behind in the list of more than 200 crore vaccines, said WHO scientist Soumya Swaminathan,while 15 of the 200 vaccines have undergone clinical trials so far.

 

 The WHO says the astrazeneca vaccine is being developed by Oxford University’s Jenner Institute in collaboration with the Oxford Vaccine Group.

 

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