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Oxford corona vaccine triggers immune response

Monday, July 20, 2020, July 20, 2020 WAT
Last Updated 2020-07-27T20:00:15Z
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Oxford's coronavirus vaccine has been at the center of the world's discussion since the beginning of research on coronavirus. Scientists have got the results after its application has been completed experimentally. Which is positive.

The researchers say the vaccine is safe to use in humans. However, more tests are needed to declare it completely safe.
The preliminary results of the experimental application of the vaccine made by Oxford University were released today, Monday. 

The vaccine was experimentally administered to 1,006 volunteers. Once the vaccine is injected into the body, it produces the necessary antibodies and white blood cells to increase immunity.
The experimental vaccine AstraZeneca, a drug manufacturer at Oxford University in the United Kingdom, has reached the final stage as the first vaccine. It is being tested to see how effectively it can protect people from Covid-19. In addition to the United Kingdom, it is also being tested in South Africa and Brazil.

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