Shock to British Scientist: Woman who takes first dose of corona vaccine died hours later

Shock to British Scientist: Woman who takes first dose of corona vaccine died hours later
Shock to British Scientist: Woman who takes first dose of corona vaccine died hours later

Scientists at the University of Oxford, who prepared the Corona virus vaccine in Britain, have suffered a major setback. The microbiologist who was first vaccinated by Oxford scientists died hours after testing. The vaccine began testing on humans on Friday and microbiologist Elisa was given its first vaccine. Investigations are being conducted by scientists to find out the cause of Elisa's death. Alyssa Graneto was chosen from 800 people for human trials of the vaccine.

The vaccine imposed on Alyssa was the eye of the world, but Alyssa's death has raised questions over the trial and raised hopes of the world again. Scientists claimed that this vaccine would strengthen the body's immunity, which would help fight coronavirus. After being vaccinated, Alyssa Granato said, "I am a scientist." Therefore, I want to support the research. I have not done any studies on the virus so did not feel well. This is the easiest way to cooperate in this work. "Incidentally, it was Elisa's 32nd birthday on Thursday and she was vaccinated the same day.

Along with Alyssa, Edward O'Neill, who has done research on cancer, has also been vaccinated. While Alyssa was vaccinated with the covid-19 vaccine, Onil was vaccinated with meningitis. Meningitis is also a contagious disease. There is inflammation in the brain and spinal cord membranes. Alyssa and Oniel were being monitored for 48 hours. The scientist had to vaccinate other volunteers only after understanding the vaccine's effect on them. Healthy people aged 18 to 55 were selected for the second phase of human testing.

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