Covid-19 Vaccine Trial: Many companies around the world are making vaccines or medicines for the prevention of coronavirus. These vaccines are constantly being trialled, in which some good and some negative news is coming. Now the latest news is coming that a volunteer has died in the trial of the third phase of the vaccine of Oxford University and AstraZeneca. This trial was going on in Brazil. However, the company says that the volunteer who died was not given the corona vaccine. Information about this incident has been given in several media reports including Bloomberg, Washington Post.
The trial will continue
Let us know that Oxford University and AstraZeneca have been the most talked-about vaccine. Most expectations are being raised about this vaccine. However, the Brazilian Health Authority said that Volunteer did not die due to the corona vaccine, so vaccine trials would not be stopped. The volunteer who died was from Brazil. However, not much information has been given about Volunteer’s death.
There are also cases of volunteers falling ill
Earlier, the University of Oxford in Britain had to stop vaccine testing. Volunteer, a researcher, became ill during the trial. However, researchers say it is normal to have side effects when tested extensively.
There was also a report in October, in which there was a huge setback towards making Corona vaccine. Then the American company, Johnson & Johnson, which manufactures medical equipment, stopped testing the corona vaccine. This test has been stopped because one of the people on whom this vaccine was to be tested, became ill. After which the dose was stopped for testing the COVID-19 vaccine, which included a third stage trial. Although this stop was temporary.
Will the coronavirus never go away?
On the other hand, people’s concern has increased due to the claim of the top British Scientific Advisor about Coronavirus infection. A top scientist in the advisory committee of the British government set up for the epidemic said that the coronavirus will never be eradicated. It will always remain among the people. He said, however, that a vaccine would definitely help improve the current situation a little.