Coronavirus: The jab from the University of Oxford jab could be a ‘vaccine for all’

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    The AstraZeneca / Oxford University vaccine for coronavirus is up to 90% effective in preventing coronavirus, trial results show. Costing only three pounds per shot, or roughly the cost of a cup of coffee, it is hoped that the Oxford vaccine could be a treatment for people around the world.

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