A study regarding coronavirus has been approved in the UK in which volunteers will be infected with the coronavirus.

The Study was proposed during the last quarter of 2020 and has now been approved in the UK.

Volunteers are usually given an experimental vaccine or medicine in a vaccine or treatment trial and then monitored for several months to see if they are naturally infected with the virus.

But scientists believe that adding a new coronavirus to a trial could save at least several months, if not several years, in a study called the Human Challenge Study, which looked at 18- to 30-year-old, 90 healthy people will be included.

These people have been infected with the coronavirus in a safe and controlled environment.

The trial will also try to determine how much of the virus can cause covid 19 while examining the body’s immune response and observing the process of virus transmission from one person to another.

Volunteers will be monitored 24 hours after being infected with the virus.

According to the researchers, the type of virus that was circulating in the UK at the beginning of the epidemic will be used for this purpose, the new type will not be part of the trial.

He hopes the trial will help doctors learn more about Covid 19, such as the extent to which an immune response is needed to protect against the disease. Vaccines and treatments currently being developed will also be supported.

The study will be funded by the British government at a cost of $33.6 million and will include people who have been vaccinated against the virus after an initial trial.

The trial is set to begin in a month.

Such trials were not new but were used as an important tool to learn more about diseases such as malaria and yellow fever.

This new challenging research will be led by scientists at Imperial College London and led by Dr. Chris Chew. “We are asking volunteers between the ages of 18 and 30 to be part of this research and help us learn about the virus,” he said.

“Our goal is to determine which vaccines and treatments are best for defeating the disease, but we need the support of volunteers to do that,” he said.

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