CNBG Gains Permission to Launch “Phase 3” COVID Vaccine Clinical Trial in UAE
China National Biotec Group- CNBG has won permission to launch a large-scale “Phase 3” clinical trial of novel coronavirus vaccine In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the company said on Tuesday. Because of a shortage of new patients at home, China is looking to check future vaccines overseas. Around the world, more than a dozen experimental vaccines are being trialled. None of them has yet completed a late-stage “Step 3” study to assess efficacy in protecting healthy people from the virus that has killed more than 4,70,000 people around the world.
These trials require thousands of participants and usually occur in countries. They where the virus is common so that the vaccine can be tested in real-life conditions. Nevertheless, last month, China, the target of the global pandemic, reported on average less than 10 new local cases a day, and its researchers are now looking internationally.
CNBG made the decision, without naming the vaccine to be tested in the UAE, in a Weibo social media post. CNBG units, an affiliate of the state-owned China National Pharmaceutical Group China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm). It establishes two potential vaccines that giving in previous tests in China. It is to over 2,000 people together. Other Chinese companies pursuing trial vaccines overseas. It includes Clover Biopharmaceuticals, who shots. They offer to participants in an early study in Australia, and Sinovac Biotech. This schedules to launch a Phase 3 trial with 9,000 volunteers in Brazil.
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