A vaccine for the prevention of corona was being developed in Australia, which had a clinical trial in the past but something happened in the initial stage due to which the vaccine was banned.
New Delhi. The corona virus has caused panic all over the world. According to the WHO, more than 69 million people have been infected with the virus. While more than 11 lakh people have died. Many countries have been developing vaccines for the last one year to prevent corona.
Many countries are also in the last phase of vaccination. A vaccine for the prevention of corona was also being developed in Australia, which had a clinical trial in the past but something happened in the initial stage due to which the vaccine was banned.
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Symptoms of HIV appear
According to a report in the Daily Mail, some of the participants in the coronavirus vaccine V451 COVID-19 vaccine trial developed in Australia started showing symptoms of HIV infection. While its blood samples did not show the virus. According to the report, after taking the vaccine, some participants started making antibodies to HIV.
The vaccine was being developed by Queensland University (UQ) and biotech firm CSL. But after this disturbance, the trial of the vaccine has been stopped. According to the Australian Stock Exchange, this vaccine was one of the four vaccines that Australia was preparing to buy and therefore had also ordered 51 million doses. But it has been canceled after this news came to light.
Government working with caution
Following the cancellation of the vaccine trial, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that the suspension of the clinical trial showed that the Australian government and researchers were working very carefully. “The government is not surprised by what happened today. Happened. We want to be careful without any haste. ‘
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90 percent of vaccines fail
Sanjay Senanayake, an infectious disease specialist at the Australian National University, says that the news is disappointing but it is very common. Generally, about 90 percent of vaccines never reach the market. There have been 28,012 cases of corona infection in Australia so far. While 908 people have lost their lives due to this epidemic. The good news though is that more than 25,465 people have fully recovered.