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Why the secrecy around the Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial?

Coronacast 13 de septiembre de 2020 14

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The Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial is set to resume after it was abruptly halted when a participant experienced some sort of medical event.

All we know is that the woman was given the potential vaccine and the event was serious enough to hit pause on the trial last week.

The company developing the potential vaccine says it cannot disclose further medical information.

But given the global interest in the trial and what’ll be asked of everyone if it is approved, should we be given more information as to what might have happened?

On today’s show:

* Why is Victoria’s death rate still so high, even though infections are dropping off?

* Some shops are marketing anti-viral fabrics in their masks. Is that a real thing?

* The 2009 H1N1 vaccine was ready in six months. Could that be the case for coronavirus in the future?

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