COVID-19 Oxford Vaccine Passed by UK, India Seeing Hopes

The central government has extended the ban on India-British flights till January 7, 2021.

Coronavirus Latest News: The UK on Wednesday passed the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. Britain took big steps to combat the infection before the new strain of corona became lethal in the winter season. The government has approved the Oxford-AstraZeneca Corona vaccine on the advice of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, the country’s health ministry said.

On the other hand, the number of people infected with the new corona strain in Britain has increased to 20 in India. A new strain of the virus has been found in the bodies of 14 new people. One of them is from Kolkata. A new strain of corona has been found in the body of the son of a health worker in Britain. Concerned about the rising number of passengers, the central government has extended the ban on India-British flights till January 7, 2020. The Ministry of Civil Aviation has suspended all flights to and from Britain in the first week of next year.

Meanwhile, Britain’s new Corona strain was also found in the US. This new strain has been found in the body of a young man in his twenties in Colorado. He has been kept under treatment at the hospital. After testing his samples, the Colorado State Laboratory acknowledged the new strain. For the time being, the affected youth has been kept under observation.

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