The Oxford Vaccine Is Safe to Prevent Coronavirus
The Oxford vaccine is safe to prevent coronavirus
The vaccine, developed by Oxford University in the UK to prevent coronavirus, has been shown to be safe for the human body and boosts immunity.
After testing on approximately 1,077 people, it was found that injections of this vaccine produce antibodies and white blood cells in their body that can fight against coronavirus within the body.
It has been described as a very good invention. However, it is not yet time to say whether it can provide full protection. Extensive experiments are still underway.
Researchers say more clinical research is needed to vaccinate adults. The results of this phase of the test focus on measuring immunity in the laboratory. Further testing is needed to ensure that the vaccine provides effective protection against infection.
It can take years, even decades, for any vaccine to be developed and finally approved. However, if the Oxford vaccine is successful, it could be introduced into the human body by next September. A source in Oxford told The Telegraph that tests showed that vaccinated volunteers were able to make antibodies after collecting blood samples from their bodies.
The Oxford vaccine will be applied to 10,000 people in the Oxford UK for further testing. The vaccine is given to 30,000 volunteers in the United States and 2,000 in Brazil.
However, there are side effects caused by this vaccine. After the vaccine enters the body, 70 percent of people develop a high fever and headache. However, scientists say it can be easily controlled with paracetamol.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says at least 140 vaccine discovery projects are underway worldwide. At least 13 of these vaccines were piloted. However, the University of Oxford is at the forefront in this regard.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the United Kingdom had already confirmed receipt of 100 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine. "All I can say is that we are 100 percent sure we'll get the coronavirus vaccine in a few days," he said. Oxford scientists are doing various researches and experiments. It would be great if I could get my hands on it this year. We have already been assured that 100 million doses will be available.
If tested, the Oxford Vaccine Group hopes to release the Kovid-19 vaccine by the end of this year. Once the effectiveness of the vaccine is proven, it becomes a rapidly evolving vaccine that is approved for use in the laboratory.
The vaccine is based on the novel coronavirus (originally known as the common cold virus or adenovirus) and a weak strain of the gene. The weaker version of the virus infects chimpanzees. Oxford researchers have developed a vaccine that can change the virus.
The origin of the novel Coronavirus was first discovered in Wuhan, China in December last year. Since then, it has spread to more than two hundred countries worldwide, killing about 1.5 million people and killing more than 600,000, but no vaccine or antidote has yet been found. However, Oxford University scientists have given good news to the world to deal with this epidemic early.