While the world is making monumental changes in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, a vaccine is being worked on in Canada. And now, a coronavirus vaccine created in University of Saskatchewan, Canada, is officially in the testing stages. Although there is still a long road ahead for human use, officials are working hard as more grant money comes in.
While it could take up to a year to complete, as of 13 March, there is no timeline as to when it could be ready for human use.
Once the animal testing is complete, the research team will then need to send any viable vaccine away for clinical studies before being confirmed as safe for humans.
More about this news release is available on the news site here.
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