Health

COVID-19: Britain approves Oxford vaccine after Pfizer

The Corona vaccine, developed by scientists at the University of London, Reuters Oxford and produced by AstraZeneca, was approved by the UK’s independent regulator on Wednesday for use on humans.

It is believed that this will help prevent the increase in the number of infected patients due to the new version of Corona. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has already ordered 10 million vaccines. Four crore of these doses are expected to be received by the end of March.

Earlier Britain had allowed emergency use of the vaccine developed jointly by Pfizer of America and Bioentech of Germany. So far, the first dose of Pfizer vaccine has been given to more than seven lakh people in the country. The approval of the Drug and Health Care Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) implies that the vaccine is safe and effective.

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