Oxford’s Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Promise

Early results suggest the vaccine did not prompt any serious side effects and elicited an immune response

A scientist working at the Oxford Vaccine Group’s laboratory facility at the Churchill Hospital in Oxford.
A scientist working at the Oxford Vaccine Group’s laboratory facility at the Churchill Hospital in Oxford. Photo: Steve Parsons/Pool/AFP/Getty Images

An experimental Covid-19 vaccine developed by researchers at the University of Oxford in the U.K. triggered an immune response in healthy adults and appears to have no dangerous side effects, according to research…

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Emily Mullin

Emily Mullin

Former staff writer at Medium, where I covered biotech, genetics, and Covid-19 for OneZero, Future Human, Elemental, and the Coronavirus Blog.

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