Covid vaccine update: Oxford vaccine dubbed 'winning formula' – when to expect it


According to the Sunday Telegraph, distribution of the Oxford vaccine could be rolled out early as 4 January with the government hoping that more than two million people could have their first dose within the first two weeks.

Responding to the report, the government said that the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency) must be given time to review the vaccine data.

“The medicines regulator is reviewing the final data from the University of Oxford/AstraZeneca phase three clinical trials to determine whether the vaccine meets their strict standards of quality, safety and effectiveness,” it said.

“We must now give the MHRA the time to carry out its important work and we must wait for its advice.”





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