World Coronavirus: The European Medicines Agency reviews the Sinovac
WHO says Sinovac COVID vaccine effective but some data lacking
Expert group says ‘quality’ data needed on adverse effects of jab, as vaccine rolled out from Brazil to Indonesia.The independent experts on the WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) reviewed Sinovac’s CoronaVac jab from phase 3 clinical trials in China, Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey and Chile.
HEALTH Vaccine: Coronavirus: The European Medicines Agency reviews the Sinovac
(Reuters) vaccine - the European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced Tuesday having launched a "real-time" examination of the CVIV-19 vaccine candidate of the company Chinese biotechnology Sinovac Biotech on the basis of preliminary results.
The data of this vaccine will be evaluated as their availability in the context of emergency approval, has specified the health authority of the European Union.
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The EMA has approved at this stage the VVID-19 vaccine of the Alliance Pfizer and Biontech, that of Moderna, Astrazeneca and Johnson & Johnson.
(Pushkala Aripaka in Bangalore, French version Claude CHEndJOU, edited by Blandine Hénault)
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