AstraZeneca to reportedly resume its COVID-19 vaccine trial in the US

AstraZeneca to reportedly resume its COVID-19 vaccine trial in the US

Date: 2020-10-22 By Saipriya Iyer

After the events that transpired on September 6, AstraZeneca has finally received a nod from the US regulator- FDA- to resume its COVID-19 vaccine trial in the country. The FDA came to this decision after conducting a detailed review on aft....

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