Big deal on making Corona's most 'effective' vaccine


Brasilia: The Brazilian government has agreed to develop the most effective experimental vaccine to prevent coronavirus at the local level.

According to a report by the French news agency, Brazil has agreed to develop an experimental vaccine of Strazenica, developed by Oxford University, locally.

Under the agreement, Brazil will provide ز 127 million to Strazenica for locally developed experimental vaccines.

Under the agreement, the Brazilian Institute of Public Health and the Osaldo Cruz Foundation will jointly develop the vaccine, which will provide them with state-of-the-art technology.

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The health minister and Franco's executive secretary said that once the vaccine was approved, Brazil would be able to develop the vaccine under the agreement. He said the two sides would also exchange technology to increase productive autonomy.

The Minister of Health said that we made this agreement so that there would be no shortage of vaccines. After the increasing number of cases in our country, the demand for vaccines may increase tremendously. In order to save the lives of the people, we We will continue to deliver the medicine.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the vaccine from the British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca is still at the forefront of encouraging results. It is expected that the British company will soon get a license to develop the vaccine.

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It is also being speculated that the Strazinica vaccine will gain official status in the fight against the global epidemic. The vaccine is also being tested on humans on a large scale in the UK.

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