NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There’s some progress in the race for a coronavirus vaccine.New York City Jewish Community Paying Very Close Attention To Installation Of New Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett
It will be the first COVID vaccine trial to include children in the United States.
The vaccine research center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital says participants aged 16-17 will get doses this week.
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Meanwhile, another drug maker is pausing its trial of a potential coronavirus treatment.
Citing safety concerns, Eli Lilly says it’s halting its trial of an antibody treatment for two weeks.
The move comes after New Jersey-base Johnson & Johnson temporarily stopped its vaccine trial to investigate a volunteer’s unexplained illness.MORE NEWS: Ned Beatty, Legendary Character Actor Known For 'Deliverance,' 'Network,' Dead At Age 83
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