As far as we know about COVID-19, there is no such vaccine to kill the virus or to help treat the Coronavirus patient. And the whole world has become a piece of research; hence, there comes the Jenner Institute of Oxford University claiming that they have discovered the COVID-19 vaccine. In the wake of vaccine to get over this pandemic, Jenner Institute is said to develop a vaccine for the earlier Coronavirus, last year itself. And now, the institute is about to test the vaccine on more than 6000 people. This trial will help them prove their vaccine safe for humans. Jenner Institute is going to test this vaccine in May, and if it i found useful, then Oxford University will get ready with the million doses by September. The reason why we are waiting for the Jenner Institute’s vaccine is that it was already tested on the six rhesus macaque monkeys. The rhesus macaque monkeys are said to have the almost same body functioning like the human. The vaccine testing on all the six monkeys went successful, as all the six monkeys found healthy even after the 28 days of the test.
According to the scientific journal, vaccine testing data is currently under analysis and will be out in some time. Besides this, the doubt persists as the vaccine yet not tested on human, and that is what makes it dubious. But we believe in Jenner because it is one of the best and focused academic vaccine research centre. Also, the institute has its manufacturing plant that could produce a million doses. The Jenner researchers have the right approach, and they have result-driven capabilities. It is believed that many of the Jenner researcher’s are interworking with the drug firms of Europe and Asia to level up their production shortly if the Coronavirus vaccine is confirmed. A huge amount of money is being donated by Britain and the Netherlands to enhance vaccine manufacturing. But according to the sources, the deal with North America is still on a pause as it needs permission on the worldwide level before they invest in a potential treatment. We hope to have successful testing of the Jenner Institute’s Coronavirus vaccine on humans for the betterment of the world from the current scenario.
The Oxford University also declared its partnership with the AstraZeneca (the biopharmaceutical company of UK). The duet came forward with the purpose to develop the COVID-19 vaccine on a big scale if approved after the testing. Both the partners have agreed on a not-for-profit as according to the ongoing situation of the pandemic. And they have just decided to deal with the international partners for the proper distribution of the vaccine in a short period. Also, they agreed to provide the vaccine at production rate covering the distribution price ignoring all the royalties from the vaccine to help all recover with the pandemic at ease. Well, both the partners are doing great and have brought the world together with high hope.