When will the oxford vaccine be approved
As reported by the Daily Mail, Oxford’s corona virus vaccine may be approved soon after Christmas in the UK. The UK’s Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) may approve this vaccine on 28 or 29 December. This agency is waiting for the final data of scientists of Oxford. It is believed that these figures will be handed over to them on Monday.
Oxford vaccine can be kept at room temperature
Pfizer BioNotech’s Corona virus vaccine dose has been given to 1 lakh 40 thousand people in the UK so far. This vaccine needs to be kept at a temperature of minus 70 degrees. Whereas, Oxford’s Corona virus vaccine can also be stored at room temperature. In such a situation, the demand for this vaccine and taking it to far-flung areas is going to be very convenient.
If the vaccine is not approved soon, it will be difficult
At the same time, the former UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt claimed on Saturday that the available dose of Pfizer vaccine would end in January and no other shipments would arrive by March. Its simple benefit is that if the second Corona vaccine does not come to Britain soon, then the vaccination program can be stopped. However, Pfizer’s spokesperson rejected Jeremy Hunt’s claim that his vaccine was being delivered on time. He also said that Britain would get new shipments before March.
Britain orders Oxford to make 100 million vaccines
The UK’s Ministry of Health National Health Service has already ordered Oxford to make 100 million vaccine doses. According to a Telegraph report, if Oxford’s Corona virus vaccine is allowed in the UK in December, all the country’s football and cricket grounds can be opened in the first week of January.
UK Healthcare Regulatory Agency gave this answer
A spokeswoman for the UK’s Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency said that our review of the Oxford-AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine is still ongoing. Our process for approving vaccines is designed to ensure that any authorized corona virus vaccine meets the expected high standards of safety, quality, and effectiveness.