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Polish firm to take part in trials of coronavirus vaccine

06.03.2020 11:18
A Polish company will work with American researchers on clinical trials of a coronavirus vaccine, according to reports.
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Marek Konieczny, head of Polish firm KO-MED, told public broadcaster Polish Radio that the trials could start in the middle of this year.

KO-MED is teaming up with the Medical College of Wisconsin, Polish Radio reported.

It usually takes several years for a new drug to hit the market, but in the case of the coronavirus vaccine the period is likely to be shorter, Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.

Poland’s first case of coronavirus infection was confirmed earlier this week.

The health ministry said on Thursday that 92 people were in hospitals across the country amid fears they may be infected.

A total of 490 were under quarantine at home, while 5,647 were being monitored by sanitary inspectors, IAR reported.

(pk/gs)

Source: IAR