Covid-19: A volunteer died in Brazil during the Oxford vaccine trial

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Covid-19: A volunteer has died in Brazil during the trial of the Kovid-19 vaccine of Oxford University and AstraZeneca, which is considered to be the most important battle against Corona. However, the trial will not be stopped.




According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are about 12 vaccines worldwide, whose trials are in the final stages. In these trials, the Corona vaccine of Oxford University and AstraZeneca is said to be the best. However, the bad news is that a volunteer has died in Brazil during the trial of this vaccine.

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Brazilian Health Authority Anvisa said on Wednesday that even though a volunteer was involved in a vaccine trial, the cause of his death is not the vaccine. Brazil has spread that despite this incident, trials will not be stopped at the moment.

With the help of the Federal University of São Paulo, the third phase of the corona virus vaccine AZD222 trials in Brazil is going on. The university has informed that the volunteer who died is from Brazil. According to Bloomberg, this person is 28 years old and was not given all the vaccines.

Anvisa has said that the vaccine trial will continue even after the accident, but not much information was given about it. On the other hand, scientists at Oxford have said that there is nothing to worry about the safety of the vaccine. Earlier in September, a volunteer had to be taken to a hospital during a vaccine trial in Britain. On the other hand, there are reports of death of 5 people after the flu shot in South Korea.

Reports have said that even now in the US, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) had decided to resume the trial after review of the safety data but now once again the question has arisen as to what decision after the Brazil incident. Will be done. On the other hand, people’s concern has increased due to the claim of the top British Scientific Advisor about Corona virus infection.

A top scientist in the advisory committee of the British government set up for the epidemic said that the corona virus will never be eradicated. It will always remain among the people. He said, however, that a vaccine would definitely help improve the current situation a little.

Covid-19: A volunteer is killed in Brazil during the trial of the Kovid-19 vaccine of Oxford University and AstraZeneca, which is considered to be the most important battle against Corona. However, the trial will not be stopped.

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