Two patients voluntarily presented themselves for Coronavirus trial vaccination in the Kingdom.
According to the details, they were vaccinated of half the COVID-19 vaccine and half a regulator vaccine which does not affect Coronavirus but it defends the volunteer from swelling and other harmful reactions.
One of the volunteer who injected the vaccination, Elisa Granato told media that she is a scientist and she tried to support the scientific development. Professor of vaccinology Sarah Gilbert said that the vaccination was established in three months by a team at Oxford University. She led the research and while talking to the media outlet she further said, “Personally I have a high degree of confidence in this vaccine.” Scientist are also active on Twitter and share the research piece of Oxford University to fight deadly Coronavirus.
We're looking for volunteers from around the world for a study to see how social distancing is affecting your life. You'll complete an online survey to track your feelings and experiences over a 3-month period. Find out more about the study here: https://t.co/GqJoe9DiDC
— University of Oxford (@UniofOxford) April 22, 2020
Earlier on April 14, China has approved human testing of two COVID-19 vaccines to contain the Coronavirus pandemic, Chinese media reported on Today.
According to the state news agency Xinhua, Beijing-based unit of Sinovac Biotech developed two vaccines in collaboration with Wuhan Institute of Biological Products under the affiliation of state-owned China National Pharmaceutical Group.