Clinical trial on animals successful, corona treatment will be found in just a few days!

new Delhi: It has been more than five months for scientists from all over the world fighting the battle with Coronavirus. Many countries have announced that the Corcona Vaccine (Vaccine) has been discovered. Meanwhile, the US multinational pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson has informed that their vaccine to fight the corona virus is now fully ready.

What is progress report
Johnson & Johnson Vice President and Chief Scientist Paul Stoffel said that the vaccine prepared by him to fight the corona virus is giving very promising results. Clinical trials on humans of this vaccine named SARS-CoV-2 are going to start next month. We hope that these vaccines can be launched in the market soon.

The company noted in a statement issued by the continuing review of trials data of Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the new vaccine. During clinical trials on humans, this vaccine will be tested by testing on about 1,045 patients. There is a plan to include adults aged 18-55 years. People older than 65 years will also be included in this trial. The company did say that during this time we got home to provide the vaccine in the world are also in talks with other pharmaceutical companies in order to benefit more and more people in less time.

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Corona attack in India did not stop
In cases of infection corona virus in the country again increased. In the last 24 hours, the highest number of new cases were revealed. 9996 new cases occurred. Death figures have frightened. The epidemic has killed 357 people in the last 24 hours. This is the highest number of deaths so far in the last 24 hours. In this way, 8102 people have died due to Corona virus infection in the country so far.
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The number of patients infected with the corona virus in the country has increased to 2, 86, 579. According to experts, in the same week, the number of Kovid patients in the country will cross 3 lakh. 1, 41, 029 people have been cured so far. There are 137448 active cases. The recovery rate is 49.21%. (IANS Input)