Pandemic Vaccine Reached The Final Stage
In the wake of the ongoing pandemic originated from the Wuhan province of China spreading its deadly wings the Oxford University came up with a piece of good news about the vaccine to cure the disease.
Adrian Vivian Sinton Hill, director of the Jenner Institute, who is leading the project to produce a potential vaccine said that the vaccine has reached the final stage and they are not leaving any stone unturned to release the vaccine before October.
The Professor who addressed a webinar with the Spanish Society of Rheumatology announced that they have tested the potential vaccine named CgAdOx1 nCoV-19 on Chimpanzees and they are very much confident about the vaccine.
Oxford University joined hands with AstraZeneca, topmost British Drug company to conduct the clinical trials on the volunteers and the tests are underway.
The team of Oxford University will conduct tests to note how effectively the drug will work on SARS CoV-2. So far 2,000 and more than 4,000 volunteers registered themselves from South Africa and Britain respectively to allow the authorities to test the vaccine on them.