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Oxford AstraZeneca Corona Vaccine gets approval in UK

News reports say that the Oxford University-AstraZeneca's Corona vaccine has been approved by the United Kingdom regulator.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 30 Dec 2020 7:50 AM GMT

Oxford AstraZeneca Corona Vaccine gets approval in UK
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New Delhi: There is good news for Britons who have been frightened by the new strain of Corona virus. The Covid-19 vaccine from Oxford University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has been approved in the UK.

AstraZeneca approved in UK

News reports say that the Oxford University-AstraZeneca's Corona vaccine has been approved by the United Kingdom regulator. This means that now its first dose will be given soon. Let me tell you that before that Britain had approved Pfizer's Corona vaccine.

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The UK government said the government had accepted the recommendation of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency to authorize the Covid-19 vaccine from Oxford University-AstraZeneca. Earlier in its report, the Sunday Telegraph claimed that the British people would start receiving the Corona vaccine of Oxford from January.

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Vaccine Supply from January in UK:

According to the report, supply of Oxfod vaccine in Britain will start from January. The government intends that 20 people be given the first dose of Oxford or Pfizer vaccine within a fortnight. The report says that the Oxford vaccine is awaiting approval from British regulators, which may be available on Monday.

After approval, vaccination centers will be opened at major places, possibly by the second week of January. According to the report, the Oxford vaccine is easier to store and also less expensive than the Pfizer vaccine. Therefore it can be assumed that people living in remote areas will benefit more from it.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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