When will the chronovaccine be introduced? The Oxford University professor said

LONDON (Reuters) - Professor Sarah Gilbert, who heads the coronavaccine project at Oxford University, said the coronavirus could be introduced by the end of this year.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, in a statement, Sarah Gilbert said that it cannot be said definitively but it is possible that the corona vaccine will be available for treatment by the end of this year.

He said that there are still some difficult steps after which the vaccine will be used on the patients, the results will be finalized at the end of the vaccine trial, after the success of the vaccine, the government will take large doses and apply it to the patients. Obtaining a license is a challenge.

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"After going through these steps, we will be able to use the vaccine on a large number of patients," he said.

Earlier, scientists at Oxford University had hoped to produce millions of doses
of the vaccine by September this year. However, the final date for the development of the chronovascular vaccine has not yet been revealed.

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