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  • there was relief on the streets of London Monday morning.

  • I think it's marvelous, you know, as residents reacted to the news that Britain is on track to make Kovar 19 vaccines widely available by next spring.

  • It comes after the shot developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca was found to be up to 90% effective in trials.

  • The encouraging late stage trial results were the third published among the seven vaccine candidates Britain has ordered following on from Pfizer, Biotech and Madonna.

  • Adrian Hill is the director of the Jenner Institute at Oxford University.

  • If you'd said to me a year ago that in 2020 anybody would make a vaccine for a global pandemic in months rather than years, I would have thought that that was hugely challenging and difficult.

  • Three groups have done it already.

  • There may be 1/4 by the end of the year.

  • It is quite remarkable on it can only happen if extraordinary support is provided on that.

  • Its support has bean forthcoming from all quarters.

  • Britain has secured 100 million doses of the AstraZeneca, shot 40 million of the fires of vaccine and five million of Madonna's candidate as the UK prepares to exit a national lock down next week, some are cautiously optimistic.

  • Speaking for myself, if I had to wait a bit longer just to make sure that it's all very safe, that would be fine.

there was relief on the streets of London Monday morning.

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‘I think it's marvelous': Brits react to vaccine news

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/24
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