UK starts studying third dose vaccine

2,4 fully vaccinated volunteers will participate in a study conducted by the English Public Health Service next June to examine the immune response to the third injection.

The British government began a clinical trial on Wednesday 19 May, which was presented for the first time in the world on the immune response arising from a third dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine, with a view to a recall campaign in the United Kingdom, where the Indian version is progressing.

The most damaged country in Europe with around 128,000 dead, the United Kingdom has seen a significant improvement in its health status after long and strenuous winter imprisonment and large-scale vaccination campaigns.

To keep up with the progress, officials plan to launch a booster campaign in the fall following clinical trials on the immune response elicited by the third dose of the vaccine. This Public Health Service (NHS) study, which includes 2,886 fully vaccinated volunteers, will examine the effects of seven different vaccines – Oxford / AstraZeneca, Pfizer / BioNtech, Modern, Novavax, Valneva, Jensen and Curevac. Funded by the government for 19.3 million pounds (22.4 million euros), it will start in June and the first results are expected in September.

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The government hopes to stay ahead of the epidemic through vaccination. Because when the country continues its disintegration with the reopening of pubs, cultural venues and stadiums on Monday, the rapid progress of the initially identified version in India is a concern. According to Health Minister Matt Hancock, 2,967 cases involving the far more contagious B1.617.2 variant have been identified in the United Kingdom, particularly in the north-west of England and London, by around 30% since Monday.

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The government is accused of delaying stringent restrictions on travel from India in April, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson was planning a trip to New Delhi. This official visit was eventually canceled in the face of a new wave of pollution in India, which was eventually “red List“From the United Kingdom. Passengers arriving from these destinations must complete a hotel quarantine at their own expense at a cost of £ 1750 (approximately 2000 euros). The country has already vaccinated 70% of its adults, among them 40% with two doses, or about 21 million people.

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