By Joshua Manning • 14 April 2022 • 15:57
Moderna vaccine approved for six to 11 year-olds in UK
“With this type of vaccine, the virus is grown in a lab and then made completely inactive so that it cannot infect cells or replicate in the body but can still trigger an immune response to the Covid-19 virus. This process is widely used already in the production of flu and polio vaccines.” stated the British medical regulator.
The news follows the approval of the Valneva vaccine being approved, which is a vaccine from the French-Austrian pharmaceutical company that has become the sixth COVID-19 vaccine to be granted an MHRA authorisation.
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