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Over two million people in the UK have now been vaccinated with the Pfizer/BioNTech and Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccines

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The European Medicines Agency says AstraZeneca and Oxford University have submitted an application for their COVID-19 vaccine to be licensed across the European Union.

@SerumInstIndia  , the world's largest producer of vaccines by volume, will supply 2 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca Plc and the University of Oxford to Brazil #oxfordvaccine  #AstraZeneca  #COVID19Vaccine  @adarpoonawalla 

Professor Luke O'Neill says there've been no reports of severe allergic reactions from the AstraZeneca / Oxford University coronavirus vaccine - which means it could help speed up vaccination times. #PatKenny  @PatKennyNT 

Serum Institute expects WHO emergency-use authorization soon for the Oxford University/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine #COVID19  #CoronaVaccine 

AstraZeneca and Oxford University have applied for authorization for their COVID-19 vaccine in the EU. The European Medicines Agency said its assessment of the vaccine would "proceed under an accelerated timeline."

AstraZeneca and Oxford University submit an application for the COVID-19 vaccine to be licensed across the EU.

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The European Medicines Agency said AstraZeneca and Oxford University have submitted an application for their COVID-19 vaccine to be licensed across the European Union.

AstraZeneca and Oxford University have applied for authorization for their coronavirus vaccine in the European Union with a decision possible by January 29, The European Medicines Agency said on Tuesday.

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Brian Pinker aged 82 who is on dialysis for kidney disease is the first person to receive the Oxford University-Astrazeneca vaccine at Oxford University Hospital as the NHS becomes the first health service in the world to deliver this vaccine

BREAKING: The coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford has been approved for use in the UK. @PipTomson  has the latest. Watch GMB live on the ITV Hub 👉

Breaking News: Britain became the first country to authorize the cheap and easy-to-store coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford.

Coronavirus vaccines in stage three testing: Murdoch Institute and University of Melbourne - AustraliaSinovac - ChinaSinoPharm - China AstraZeneca and Oxford - UK Moderna and NIAID - US (starting 27th of July)

BREAKING: AstraZeneca says late-stage trials of its COVID-19 vaccine developed with Oxford University were “highly effective’’ in preventing disease.

If Oxford University's vaccine proves effective against covid-19, AstraZeneca, a British pharmaceutical company, have said that making each dose would cost about as much as a cup of coffee. From July

Oxford University and AstraZeneca are leading the race to make a vaccine for the coronavirus. Unfortunately the vaccine is made with cells from the kidney of an aborted baby. We should NOT kill unborn babies to make vaccines to treat people.

JUST IN: A coronavirus vaccine the University of Oxford is developing with AstraZeneca Plc showed promising results in early human testing, a sign of progress in the high-stakes pursuit of a shot to defeat the pathogen

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BREAKING: AstraZeneca gets more than $1 billion in U.S. funding to develop a coronavirus vaccine from the University of Oxford

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AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford are teaming up to develop and manufacture a vaccine for coronavirus with the aim of building capacity to produce 100m doses by the end of the year if it is shown to be effective

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