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Coronavirus Oxford Vaccine Temporarily Halted After It Produced ‘Unexplained Illness’

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Oxford vaccine temporarily halted after ‘unexplained illness’
The Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial has been temporarily put on hold after a participant developed an unknown illness. Researchers halted the experiment to investigate whether the patient had an adverse reaction to the vaccine. The drug company AstraZeneca who has been working with Oxford university released a statement on Tuesday night breaking the news. The statement claims this is a routine action to maintain the integrity of the vaccine trial whilst the unexplained illness is investigated.

As the trial moved into phase three in recent weeks, the drug company has been testing the vaccine on thousands of volunteers, including those in the UK, Brazil and South Africa. The trial is also recruiting 30,000 people in the US to test the coronavirus drug. In July, early results from the experiment showed the inoculation was safe and produced strong immune responses in volunteers. Despite the fact, more than half of 1,000 participants reported mild or moderate side effects including headaches and muscle pain, no harmful effects were recorded.

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