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Good news about Corona vaccine, Oxford vaccine's trial to start at Mumbai
Good news about Corona vaccine, Oxford vaccine's trial to start at Mumbai

New Delhi: A relief news is coming out about the Corona vaccine. The vaccine Kovishield, being developed by Oxford, will be tested on humans at KEM Hospital in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra. This test will be done on three people. KEM Government Hospital is the first hospital in Mumbai, where any type of vaccine is being tested in humans.

The Dean of KEM Hospital has given information in this regard. Dean said a total of 13 people were screened for the vaccine and three of them were selected. The vaccine is being developed from Oxford-AstraZeneca, its name is Covishield. In addition, another person will be given a placebo under standard testing. The vaccine was developed by the serum institute of Poona. The vaccine will be tested on three people today, Saturday. Earlier, the well-known pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson claimed that the Phase III trial of the coronavirus vaccine had begun.

The company said that the vaccine had very good results at the beginning and that in the third phase, the vaccine would be tested at 60,000 people. Nearly 200 locations in the United States and the rest of the world have been selected for this purpose. It is the tenth Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the world to reach the level of human testing.

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