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Friday, 11 September 2020

Coronavirus: Oxford vaccine trial’s pause should be a wake up call, says WHO scientist

9.18 am: AstraZeneca Chief Executive Officer Pascal Soriot on Thursday said the coronavirus vaccine the company is developing with the University of Oxford could still be ready before the end of the year, after pausing its trials due to an unexplained illness in a study participant, Bloomberg reports.

“What we have here is a special set of circumstances where the whole world becomes involved in the conduct of a clinical trial,” Soriot said in his first public comments since the trial was halted. “The reality is we all have to be very patient and see how it unfolds.”

9.15 am: SP Charan, the son of playback singer SP Balasubrahmanyam, said the singer’s recovery continues to be slow and steady. He added that his father is comfortable and and not sedated, though he is still on the ventilator. Balasubrahmanyam had tested positive for the coronavirus last month.

“Everything is going smooth,” SP Charan said in an Instagram video. “We don’t expect any complications of infections or anything like that. So all seems well. Thanks to your prayers, your wishes. We are grateful for your concern and affection towards dad.”

9.09 am: China on Thursday approved clinical trials of its first nasal spray vaccine to combat the novel coronavirus, Global Times reports. The vaccine is a...

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