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Positive News of Oxford Corona Vaccine to Come Today

SII to provide vaccine at 225 per dose

The corona vaccine produced by Oxford University and pharmaceuticals company AstraZeneca, which is undergoing testing, may come out today. Robert Peston, the political editor of Britain’s ITV Network, made this claim based on information from sources. The third phase of the trial of the vaccine considered the most effective in Corona is underway on humans. Peston wrote in his blog ‘I heard good news is coming soon, probably by Thursday’.

Moderna Inc. has also claimed that the first phase of 45 trials on the mRNA-1273 vaccine showed good signs. In the New England Journal of Medicine, the company claims that those involved in the test have more antibodies than those made in cured patients. Dr. Anthony Fossey, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says that the results are better and hope that the virus can be defeated by the vaccine.

Site effects have not been seen in any person. Yes, some felt tired, headache, feeling cold, body ache and pain where injected, but it happened in those who got more doses.

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