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Coronavirus: How will the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine trial work?

Belfast Telegraph Sunday, 17 May 2020
If the Covid-19 vaccine candidate developed by Oxford University proves successful in human trials then up to 30 million doses for the UK could be available by September, the Government has said.
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