1. Oxford scientist says evidence of vaccine efficacy could come in early June  Axios
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  3. January? Autumn? Doctors Debate Arrival for Covid Vaccine  Bloomberg
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Sir John Bell is leading one of the efforts to develop a vaccine.Sir John Bell is leading one of the efforts to develop a vaccine.

Oxford scientist says evidence of vaccine efficacy could come in early June - Axios

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Sir John Bell, the Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford University, said Sunday that researchers at the university working on a potential vaccine for the coronavirus would likely have an idea of its efficacy by June.Sir John Bell, the Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford University, said Sunday that researchers at the university working on a potential vaccine for the coronavirus would likely have an idea of

Oxford professor: Possible coronavirus vaccine could show efficacy by June | TheHill

Sir John Bell, the Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford University, said Sunday that researchers at the university working on a potential vaccine for the coronavirus would likely have an idea of its efficacy by June.Sir John Bell, the Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford University, said Sunday that researchers at the university working on a potential vaccine for the coronavirus would likely have an idea of

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British scientists developing a potential vaccine for the coronavirus hope to see a "signal" as to whether their vaccine candidate is working by June.A leading scientist says that prospects appear good but that concerns over safety could be the next hurdle for the vaccine's development.

The global race to create a coronavirus vaccine is well underway and it seems the world's top university has jumped ahead of the pack.The global race to create a coronavirus vaccine is well underway and it seems the world's top university has jumped ahead of the pack.

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Prospects of landing a vaccine for the coronavirus this year are "pretty good" and a top candidate may show efficacy by June, a British front-runner in the medical race said Sunday, as the U.S. and other countries clamor for ways to shield people returning to work and other normal routines. Prospects of landing a vaccine for the coronavirus this year are

Coronavirus vaccine in 2020 'pretty good' Oxford University professor says - Washington Times

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Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Sir John Bell, an immunologist and the Regius Chair of Medicine at the University of Oxford, said we'll probably know pretty soon whether Oxford's highly anticipated coronavirus vaccine works. Bell told NBC's Chuck Todd on Sunday's edition of Meet the Press that researchers will likely "get a signal by June" about the vaccine's efficacy. The Oxford vaccine has made waves because of the rapid and unprecedented pace of its development and the possibility that it could hit the market in a limited capacity during the fall. If it does prove successful — and Bell's tempered opinion is that "prospects are pretty good" — it likely won't be a one-time vaccine. Bell said as far as anyone can tell the coronavirus doesn't mutate quite as easily as the flu, whose vaccine needs to updated every year to keep up with the changes, but there's a lot that still needs to be learned about potential immunity to the new virus, so chances are seasonal vaccination will be the norm. Tim O'Donnell EXCLUSIVE: Sir John of Oxford University says “we’re pretty sure we’ll get a signal by June about whether this works or not.” #MTP #IfItsSunday “This is likely to be a seasonal coronavirus vaccine.” pic.twitter.com/A2GyyarFRq — Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) May 3, 2020

Oxford scientist says if coronavirus vaccine is effective it will likely be seasonal

Sir John Bell, an immunologist and the Regius Chair of Medicine at the University of Oxford, said we'll probably know pretty soon whether Oxford's highly anticipated coronavirus vaccine works. Bell told NBC's Chuck Todd on Sunday's edition of Meet the Press that researchers will likely "get a signal by June" about the vaccine's efficacy. The Oxford vaccine has made waves because of the rapid and unprecedented pace of its development and the possibility that it could hit the market in a limited capacity during the fall. If it does prove successful — and Bell's tempered opinion is that "prospects are pretty good" — it likely won't be a one-time vaccine. Bell said as far as anyone can tell the coronavirus doesn't mutate quite as easily as the flu, whose vaccine needs to updated every year to keep up with the changes, but there's a lot that still needs to be learned about potential immunity to the new virus, so chances are seasonal vaccination will be the norm. Tim O'Donnell

Oxford scientist says if coronavirus vaccine is effective it will likely be seasonal

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