Coronavirus Notebook: UK To Start World’s First COVID-19 Challenge Study, Janssen Files Its Vaccine For EU Approval
Cuba is about to begin Phase III trials with one of its four homegrown coronavirus vaccines, Australia has provisionally approved the AstraZeneca/Oxford University product, and the EU has upped its orders from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna.
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