Oxford vaccine approved in the UK

The United Kingdom has approved the use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca corona vaccine. This information was given in the report of BBC online on Wednesday.

The vaccine has been approved for use in the country by the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA), the UK’s drug regulator. The MHRA’s approval means that the Oxford-AstraZeneca corona vaccine is safe and effective.

Health officials in the UK have previously said that the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine could play a role as a “game changer”. This is because the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be much easier to store, transport and deliver than Pfizer-Bioentech.

The Pfizer-Bioentech vaccine should be stored at a temperature of minus -70 degrees Celsius. The Oxford-Astragene vaccine, on the other hand, can only be stored in the refrigerator.

Like Pfizer, Oxford Ticker also requires two doses. In the case of Pfizer, the interval between the two doses is three weeks. In the case of Oxford this interval is four weeks.

The coronavirus vaccine invented by Oxford University is being produced by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. The UK government has pre-ordered 100 million doses of the Oxford-Astrageneca vaccine.

The Seram Institute of India is one of the partners in the Oxford-AstraZeneca Corona Vaccine Project. The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is being produced in India by the Serum Institute.

The Serum Institute has already applied to the Government of India for approval of the emergency use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

If the Oxford-AstraZeneca corona vaccine is approved for emergency use in India, the people of Bangladesh will also get it.

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