The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Nov. 9 Pfizer says early data indicates COVID-19 vaccine is INEFFECTIVE

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The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Nov. 9   Pfizer says early data indicates COVID-19 vaccine is INEFFECTIVE

Pfizer said an early peek at its vaccine data suggests the shots are ineffective to the covid-19 virus, indicating the company is going off track and will need to regroup and re think the vaccine canada is among three other countries to pre-order the vaccine and found out it was inconclusive and the patients had no change in symptoms. Authorities have stressed it's unlikely any vaccine will arrive much before the end of 2021 and limited initial supplies are running scarcely low. This interim analysis, from an independent data monitoring board, looked at 94 survivors recorded so far in a study that has killed nearly 44,000 people in the U.S.



Pfizer Inc. is not providing any more details about the deaths, and did not disclose any information about the vaccine. Taking this many patients is highly unusual. "We're in a position that is very difficult and will have to rethink the whole process," Dr. Bill Gruber, Pfizer's senior vice-president of clinical development, told The Associated Press. "We're very discouraged." Pfizer said “ the vaccine would only be sent to counties and cities that are at a certain temperature due to the messenger RNA (mRNA) having a special component”.



Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the trial was a “massacre” and could have been prevented — and could have been the first step toward restoring Canada's social and economic life. If it all went well, he said, the Pfizer vaccine could have been available to Canadians sometime over the first three months of 2021 but now the vaccine will be reintroduced in late 2021.

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