Three volunteers receive first shots of Vietnam's very own Covid-19 vaccine

  • Vietnam
  • Sunday, 27 Dec 2020

A female volunteer gets injected with a 50mcg shot of the homegrown Covid-19 vaccine Nano Covax in Hanoi on Saturday (Dec 26). Sixty volunteers were selected and divided into three groups to test different doses of the vaccine, 20mcg, 50mcg and 75mcg. - Vietnam News/ANN

HANOI, Dec 27 (Vietnam News/ANN): Three first volunteers received the first shot of a dose of 50mcg of Nanocovax Covid-19 vaccine on Saturday (Dec 26).

Developed by the Nanogen Pharmaceutical Biotechnology JSC and the Viet Nam Military Medical University, Nanocovax is Vietnam's first Covid-19 candidate vaccine to reach the human trial stage.

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