Coronavirus Update: AstraZeneca’s Vaccine Trials Cleared To Restart In the US, J&J Prepares To Restart Its Vaccine Study
Two potential COVID-19 vaccine trials from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson are set to resume in the US following temporary pauses due to safety concerns. Data from both could come later this year.
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