The European Medicines Agency determines when the first vaccine for Corona will be available

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It builds on existing information available and prior experience to develop it

Yesterday, Tuesday, the European Union’s European Medicines Agency has set the expected time frame for the first vaccine for the emerging coronavirus to be ready and available in sufficient quantities.

“It is estimated that it will take at least one year, before the vaccine against Covid-19 is ready for approval, and is available in quantities sufficient for widespread use,” the European Agency said in a statement.

According to Sky News, she added that this depends on the current available information and previous experience in developing vaccines.

The race continues to develop a vaccine against the virus that appeared in China late last year.

The Amsterdam-based agency noted that two vaccines had already entered the first phase of clinical trials conducted on healthy volunteers.

In general, the agency considered, “it is difficult to expect time frames for developing medical products.”

To date, no drug has been shown to be a effective treatment for the Coronavirus, which has killed 40,000 people.

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The European Medicines Agency determines when the first vaccine for Corona will be available

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Yesterday, Tuesday, the European Union’s European Medicines Agency has set the expected time frame for the first vaccine for the emerging coronavirus to be ready and available in sufficient quantities.

“It is estimated that it will take at least one year, before the vaccine against Covid-19 is ready for approval, and is available in quantities sufficient for widespread use,” the European Agency said in a statement.

According to Sky News, she added that this depends on the current available information and previous experience in developing vaccines.

The race continues to develop a vaccine against the virus that appeared in China late last year.

The Amsterdam-based agency noted that two vaccines had already entered the first phase of clinical trials conducted on healthy volunteers.

In general, the agency considered, “it is difficult to expect time frames for developing medical products.”

To date, no drug has been shown to be a effective treatment for the Coronavirus, which has killed 40,000 people.

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It builds on existing information available and prior experience to develop it

Yesterday, Tuesday, the European Union’s European Medicines Agency has set the expected time frame for the first vaccine for the emerging coronavirus to be ready and available in sufficient quantities.

“It is estimated that it will take at least one year, before the vaccine against Covid-19 is ready for approval, and is available in quantities sufficient for widespread use,” the European Agency said in a statement.

According to Sky News, she added that this depends on the current available information and previous experience in developing vaccines.

The race continues to develop a vaccine against the virus that appeared in China late last year.

The Amsterdam-based agency noted that two vaccines had already entered the first phase of clinical trials conducted on healthy volunteers.

In general, the agency considered, “it is difficult to expect time frames for developing medical products.”

To date, no drug has been shown to be a effective treatment for the Coronavirus, which has killed 40,000 people.

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