The number of coronavirus cases continue to rise across the world. According to news reports a vaccine candidate developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca has shown satisfactory progress from the vaccines test results and is furter conducting larger field tests in the United Kingdom.
According to a online survey, many voted that they will get themself injected in order to end the coronavirus pandemic.
The UK government has already placed order for the covid-19 vaccine. It says that it has placed order for atleast 100 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine which is being developed by the Oxford University.
The poll titled ‘‘Would you take a vaccine to help end COVID-19 pandemic?’ conducted by Express.co.uk showed results:
- 2,601 people or 64 percent out of 4,046 voted they would take a vaccine.
- 1,296 or 32 per cent said they wouldn’t take the vaccine.
- While 149 said they were not sure whether or not to get vaccinated.
According to a report in BBC, the vaccine - called ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 - is being developed at unprecedented speed. Boris Johnson said: "Obviously I'm hopeful, I've got my fingers crossed, but to say I'm 100% confident we'll get a vaccine this year, or indeed next year, is, alas, just an exaggeration."We're not there yet."