There are many companies and countries are bluffing and claiming about successful trial and completion of COVID-19 vaccine. On April 23rd, the first human trial of a coronavirus vaccine was conducted on two persons.
Granato, a scientist by profession was one of them. On Sunday there was a lot of fake news and claims were flooded on social media platforms saying the first-person for corona vaccine test was dead in trials. But later Granato told BBC that she was doing fine and “I’m a scientist, so I wanted to try to support the scientific process wherever I can.
Human trial of COVID vaccine in the UK
The trial led by professor Robinson talk and he can leave, at Imperial College, London will provide vaccine over the coming week to about 300 people as a part of the trial. Test on humans suggests the vaccine is safe and triggers an effective immune response. There are many trials happening across the world.
Human trials have already started at Oxford University. There are around 120 vaccines programmes underway. The Imperial team hope the vaccine could be distributed in the UK and Overseas from early 2021. After this first Phase, another trial is been scheduled for October involving 6,000 people. The Imperial team said one litre of its synthetic material will be enough to produce 2 million doses. Early doses have been produced in the US, but later this year manufacturing is shifting to the UK so that if and when it needs to be mass-produced, it can be done here.
Kathy 39, who works in finance is one of the first volunteers taking part in the Imperial trial.
The unique nature of Imperial vaccine means that only one volunteer will be immunised on the first day, followed by three more every 48 hours. After a week number will slowly ramp up. Unlike, the oxford vaccine, which uses one dose volunteers on the Imperial trial will get two shots, four weeks apart.
The Oxford vaccine began in April, only two volunteers were immunised the on the first day. Within a week, 100 were jabbed every payday.
Prof.SShattock and his team there is no particular tasty concern with their jam it’s simply the new name of the approach which is making them proceed with caution. There is more than 120 coronavirus vaccine in early development across the world. Further 13 are now in clinical trials: five in China, three in the US, two in Uk, one in Australia, Germany and Russia.
All the vaccine teams are keen to stress that they are not in a race against each other, but against the virus.
The Imperial’s research team had been funded by £41 million from the UK government, as well as £5 million of other donations.