HealthOxford University researchers say coronavirus vaccine will be available in September

Oxford University researchers say coronavirus vaccine will be available in September

Hopeful news from the University of Oxford, also supported by Italian researchers. They believe they will have the coronavirus vaccine in September. It has worked in macaques, and has already begun to be tested in humans.

Last week, human trials began at Oxford University research which hopes to have inoculated 6,000 volunteers by May. If so, the first million doses would be ready by September.

It’s not the only one underway. In China they also believe they have a vaccine against the coronavirus after testing it on monkeys and they hope to start giving it to humans in May and would also see it on the market in September if everything goes according to plan.

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