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Oxford's coronavirus vaccine works


In trials involving more than a thousand people, the vaccine has been reported to help produce antibodies and white blood cells that can fight the virus.

Worldwide coronavirus while epidemics continue to work against drug and vaccine development, the promising news Britain came with.

The coronavirus vaccine, developed by the University of Oxford, has been announced to be safe and has a positive outcome for epidemic immunity.

In trials involving about 1077 people, the vaccine managed to produce antibodies and white blood cells that can fight the coronavirus.

According to the BBC, the findings were said to be extremely promising. It was noted, however, that it is too early to know if this is sufficient to protect against the virus.

It is reminded that larger-scale vaccination trials are underway, and the UK has already ordered 100 million doses of vaccines.

More than 14 million 600 thousand cases of coronavirus outbreaks have been seen worldwide, while the number of people who lost their lives exceeded 600 thousand.


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