Oxford vaccine trial resumed after a 6-day pause

The Oxford vaccine trial was stopped when a volunteer reported a potentially dangerous side-effect on September 6. The Medical Health Regulatory Authority (MHRA) has now declared the vaccine safe to resume the trials, once again.

The AstraZeneca trial of Oxford University is among the nine vaccine trials across the world. It is expected that in such big trial operation, some patients will fell ill but it’s also important to assess the safety of all the trial volunteers.

The trials have been resumed in United Kingdom once again after it was voluntarily stopped on September 6 because a volunteer fell ill.

The Serum Institute of India (SII) revealed that they will stop testing a possible vaccine Kovid-19 for coronavirus on Thursday but now have reportedly said that the trial in India will continue.

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