Moderma covid 19 vaccine injection
Moderna said Thursday its Covid-19 antibody is 96% successful among adolescents matured 12 to 17, as indicated by the aftereffects of its first clinical preliminaries.
66% of the 3,235 members in the preliminaries in the United States got the antibody, and 33% were given a fake treatment.
The study "showed vaccine efficacy against Covid-19 of 96%; mRNA-1273 was generally well tolerated with no serious safety concerns identified to date," the company said.
Tests recognized 12 instances of Covid 14 days after the primary shot. For these intermediate outcomes, members were circled back to an average of 35 days after the second injection.
The drug organization said that any side effects had been "gentle or moderate in seriousness," most commonly pain at the injection site. With the second shot, side effects included "headache, fatigue, myalgia, and chills," like those seen in grown-ups who had gotten the antibody.
"No serious safety concerns have been identified to date," it said.
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