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Meanwhile, FDA expands investigation into other leading candidate by AstraZeneca and Oxford after serious illness during trial.
Moderna Inc. shares slid 3.5% on Friday as unease mounted about the biotech’s Covid-19 vaccine trial fueled by ongoing insider shares sales and an enrollment slowdown.
Jacinda Ardern bowed to pressure to delay a general election by a month to Oct. 17 after some parties complained they could not campaign with nearly a third ...
An experimental vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University against the new coronavirus produced an immune response in early-stage clinical trials, data showed on Monday, preserving hopes it could be in use by the end of the year.
Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca says it has secured orders for at least 400 million doses of an unproven Covid-19 vaccine that it will be able to start delivering this year. It announced on Thursday that it had “concluded the first agreements” to make the University of Oxford’s potential coronavirus vaccine.
The British pharmaceutical giant has agreed to manufacture and distribute an experimental vaccine from the University of Oxford—one of the most advanced candidates—in a partnership aimed at accelerating the widespread availability of the shot if it proves effective.
A potential vaccine against the coronavirus developed by the University of Oxford is set to be trialled on people for the first time on April 23, UK Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock said on Tuesday.
Oxford University is launching a human trial of a potential coronavirus vaccine, with the daunting aim of making a successful jab available to the public later this year.
AUGUSTA (WGME) -- Three people have died in Maine due to the coronavirus, and there are now 275 cases in the state as of Monday. That’s up from 253 cases on Sunday. Two Maine residents died from COVID-19 on Sunday, according to the Maine CDC. The two people, a woman in her 80s and a man in his 60s, were both from Cumberland County and had been hospitalized at the time of their deaths. Maine CDC is not releasing any more information on the two people due to privacy laws, but Gov.