First Coronavirus Success: Vaccine To Advance To Final Testing Phase – Main Side Effects Revealed

First Coronavirus Success: Vaccine To Advance To Final Testing Phase – Main Side Effects Revealed
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It’s been revealed that the whole world has been working hard in this terrible battle against the novel coronavirus. Experts are trying to put an end to this nightmare in the middle of which we have been living all 2020 via vaccines and various treatments. 

Now, massive success seems to be just around the corner and the latest news made waves all over social media and offline as well.

It’s been just revealed that the very first COVID-19 vaccine that’s been tested in the US managed to revamp people’s immunity just the way in which experts were hoping when they created it. 

Anthony Fauci says this is great news 

“No matter how you slice this, this is good news,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S. government’s top infectious disease expert recently said.

CBS News noted the following: “The experimental vaccine, developed by Fauci’s colleagues at the National Institutes of Health and Moderna Inc., will start its most important step around July 27: A 30,000-person study to prove if the shots really are strong enough to protect against the coronavirus.”

“This is an essential building block that is needed to move forward with the trials that could actually determine whether the vaccine does protect against infection,” said Dr. Lisa Jackson, study leader. 

Vaccine dosage

It’s been revealed that the vaccine needs two doses a month apart. It’s also important to note that there were no side effects involved, but on the other hand, more than half of the study participants reported flu-like symptoms that are not uncommon with other vaccines. These include “fatigue, headache, chills, fever, and pain at the injection site.”

On the other hand, the danger of coronavirus could pass soon, according to the latest reports.

In other news, Microsoft founder, Bill Gates is warning people that Covid-19 medications, treatments, and future vaccines should be distributed to the people who need them most and not to the highest bidder.


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