So far, no vaccine has been approved for use by the UK Medicines Agency. The British government hopes that in the coming weeks, the country's regulators will register two vaccines against the coronavirus at once.
This was announced on Monday, November 30, by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in an interview with Sky News. вЂњSo far, no vaccine has been approved for use by the Medicines and Medical Devices Agency.
However, we certainly hope that both the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine and the Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine will receive the necessary approvals in the coming days and weeks, вЂќ he said.
According to the head of government, the drugs are expected to be approved until December 25. As reported, the American vaccine against the Pfizer coronavirus began to be delivered to warehouses in the United States and Europe, while the AstraZeneca drug is intended to be retested due to doubts about its effectiveness.