The UK Researchers Boost Their Work On The Coronavirus Vaccine

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As recently reported, the United Kingdom’s government has announced the investment in 21 newly rising research projects whose aim is to combat the effects of the COVID-19. The investment increases to 14 million pounds and is sponsoring an accelerated rhythm to determine treatment or a coronavirus vaccine.

In the meantime, researchers from the Oxford University of the United Kingdom have already started their production of a million doses of a so-called SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. Up until now, there is no concrete evidence to prove the effectiveness level of this vaccine since it is still too early to tell.

Alok Sharma is the business minister of the Great Britain. He has recently declared that the accelerated rhythm in which the British researchers are working is admirable. Their strive to create the perfect antidote to save and protect inhabitant’s life must be supported. This is why the government is staying firmly behind them, providing any necessary financial means.

The UK invests in the research for a valid coronavirus vaccine

It is about time to create a vaccine that would kill the COVID-19 since it has already determined over 100.000 deaths on a global scale. In addition to this, the lockdown measures that were taken have tremendously affected the economy worldwide, more and more businesses going bankrupt.

The Oxford scientists declared that their vaccine would be ready to be distributed on a larger scale in September, while the GlaxoSmithKline has stated that their company is likely to finish all the formalities and sell the vaccine in 2021. The government in the Great Britain underlined that its primary focus is to distribute a vaccine as soon as possible to the population.

The Chief Scientific Adviser and the Deputy Chief Medical Officer of the state are going to carefully analyze the development of their investment in research companies to make sure that the operation is going as planned. The United Kingdom has announced its cooperation with the international efforts to combat the deadly virus with a reliable coronavirus vaccine.

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