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The vaccine goalposts have shifted

8 September 2020

3:42 AM

8 September 2020

3:42 AM

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock provided a vaccine update this morning London time, reporting that the chances of the Oxford University-AstraZeneca vaccine being ready by early next year are ‘looking up’. With trials pending in the UK, USA and Brazil, the Health Secretary suggested that the best-case scenario would see it approved this year, but more likely spring 2021, with doses of the vaccine already being manufactured so it’s ready for dispersal as soon as it’s approved.

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