Britain’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Wednesday that AstraZeneca had submitted a full data package about its COVID-19 vaccine to the medicines regulator, the next step in its journey to approval for use.
“I’m delighted to be able to tell you that the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine developed here in the UK has submitted its full data package to the MHRA for approval,” Hancock said.
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“This is the next step towards a decision on the deployment of the vaccine, which is already being manufactured, including here in the UK.”
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