Oxford’s Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Promising Results In Human Trials

Oxford researchers said that their Coronavirus vaccine “showed an acceptable safety profile, and homologous boosting increased antibody responses.”

Neel Raju Nalawade

July 21, 2020

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The Coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll on the world. Lakhs of people have succumbed to this virus and the rate of infection is spiking every day. Many nations are trying their best to find a vaccine for COVID-19. Now, it seems the Oxford University’s novel Coronavirus vaccine has finally made a breakthrough. According to peer-reviewed results of the study published in The Lancet, the Oxford University’s novel Coronavirus vaccine has shown promising results in phase I/II human trials. Oxford researchers said that their Coronavirus vaccine ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 “showed an acceptable safety profile, and homologous boosting increased antibody responses.”

The spread of the virus is getting severe in many nations across the globe. As for the records of the second most populous nation in the world, the COVID-19 cases in India have now crossed the 11 lakh mark. According to sources, India reported around 40,425 new cases in a single day.

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