Most people will not need a COVID-19 vaccine, UK-based epidemiologist professor Sunetra Gupta has said as the world anxiously waits for a jab for the respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus that continues to spread unchecked.
The guidance, titled "Development and Licensure of Vaccines to Prevent COVID-19", describes the agency's current recommendations regarding the data needed to facilitate the manufacturing, clinical development, and approval of a COVID-19 Coronavirus vaccine. "And it will be by Indonesia, from Indonesia, to Indonesia", he said.
Cineworld pushes back its reopening to the end of July
The business is the first of the United Kingdom cinema chains to delay reopening following the second date shift for " Tenet ". But while some film venues look set to open as early as possible, one of the major chains has in fact delayed its reopening.
'We've concluded the animal-model preliminary trial and now we will go for regulated animal trial, ' he said at a press conference in Dhaka.
In the second FDA Insight podcast, titled "All About COVID-19 Testing", host Dr. Anand Shah, FDA's deputy commissioner for Medical and Scientific Affairs, is joined by Toby Lowe, associate director for FDA's In Vitro Diagnostics Program in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, discussing "all things" COVID-19 testing. The ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine has been licenced to AstraZeneca.
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The vaccine, currently, is on a trial run in Brazil and is being tested on over 5,000 volunteers.
Wu Guizhen, chief expert of biosecurity at Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said the development of the vaccine started on January 7 upon the isolation of the novel coronavirus from samples for the first time, and the trials began on April 27 after finishing a series of preclinical studies and being approved by the National Medical Products Administration. If the trial is successful, it could start production in the first quarter of next year with a minimum 100 million doses. The stock has risen more than 200% so far in 2020.
At Alabama COVID Parties, Infection Comes with Cash
As of Thursday, there were more than 38,000 positive cases in the state - 2,049 of which were in Tuscaloosa County alone. Students are reportedly throwing parties and whoever catches the virus from an infected person first, wins a cash prize.
In addition to Bio Farma and Sinovac, Mukti said private Indonesian pharmaceutical firm Kalbe Farma and the South Korean biotech company Genexine were cooperating to produce a vaccine.