Oxford vaccine to be tested on children between the ages of five and 12

Jun 02 2020 12:09 PM
Oxford vaccine to be tested on children between the ages of five and 12

Washington: The fear Coronavirus has been increasing continuously for many days, it has become a cause of great trouble for everyone today, where everyone is getting infected due to this virus, whereas the fear of Coronavirus is increasing in the heart and mind of every human being. Due to this virus, many people died worldwide. Due to this virus, this figure is constantly increasing, since which till now more than 3 lakh 77 thousand people have died worldwide. Oxford University has issued a new procedure to protect against the infection of this virus.

According to the information received, a vaccine of coronavirus is being prepared at Oxford University, which will be tried on children this month. Till now children were excluded from the research of this vaccine. There were sporadic side effects in its trial on adults. 10,260 people will be vaccinated in advanced stage trials starting from June. This includes children between the ages of five to 12 years.

A spokesperson for Oxford said that in the coming weeks, separate information will be given about the effect of the drug on children. It is considered important to include children in trials because schools have opened in many countries and many countries including India are considering opening schools in the coming days.

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