Corona Vaccine trial to be done on 300 people by Britain Imperial College

Jul 31 2020 03:26 PM
Corona Vaccine trial to be done on 300 people by Britain Imperial College

London: The global pandemic Coronavirus has created a furore around the world these days. Many countries are engaged in searching for this. Trials on its vaccine have also started in many countries. Imperial College, London, UK is also examining the corona vaccine. Now the scientists of this college said that they will give vaccine doses to hundreds of people for immunization with coronavirus.

This step is being taken after the vaccine has been tested so far that it is not harmful to health. College professor, Dr Robin Shattock and his co-workers gave low doses of the vaccine to some people first, after which they will now test the vaccine on about 300 people. Some of those people are above 75 years of age. He said that "It has no harmful effect".

Shattock, who is leading the research on the vaccine at Imperial, said that "We are still doing research on it. He wants to get enough safety data to vaccinate several thousand people in October". Shattock said that "Due to a sudden decrease in cases of coronavirus in Britain, it has become difficult to detect whether the vaccine will work. So he and his team will now test the vaccine elsewhere."

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