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UK scientists join global race・・・


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作品番号
121975998
タイトル
UK scientists join global race to develop coronavirus vaccine
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動画:CCTV+/アフロ
日付
2020年2月9日
撮影国
イギリス
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ニュース
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29.97 fps
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Scientists in the UK have joined the global race to develop a coronavirus vaccine, with at least two groups planning human trials by summer.

"We're at the first stage. We've gone from that sequence to making our vaccine candidate in 14 days. We're putting it into animal models next week, and we will be looking for funding to rush that into human testing. But the human testing component takes quite some time. We need to show that it's safe. Then after showing it's safe we then need to roll it out to see if it can block natural infection and show that that's effective before it can be made globally available," said Robin Shattock, a professor from Department of Infectious Diseases of Imperial College London.

Shattock said his team are working with Chinese researchers and companies with the hope that the best vaccine can be manufactured in China.

A second UK team said they are also planning human trials in the next few months.

"We're just about to start testing the vaccine on animals, which is the first stage in the development process. We're planning for manufacturing, so that we can get into clinical trials. We're planning to make enough of it in a very safe and controlled manner so that that it can be reviewed and be ready for clinical trials by the summer, and after that there will need to be more tests to see if the vaccine actually works to protect people against the coronavirus. That's probably going to take until the end of the year, maybe beginning of next year," said Sarah Gilbert, a professor of vaccinology of University of Oxford.

Scientists in the UK said they are monitoring how China contains the outbreak and said there is no need now for the general population in the UK to be vaccinated.

There are concerns however that healthcare workers both in UK and around the world need to be protected.

"They often get high exposure if they're working closely with infected patients and that puts them at risk of more severe disease if they're getting a lot of virus coming into their body to cause an infection. Also if they get infected, they can transmit the infection to other patients in hospitals, so you get hospital outbreaks of this type of virus caused by healthcare workers who apparently are quite well but they can still give the infection to patients who aren't so well," said Gilbert.

While many people in China and elsewhere continue to suffer from the virus, researchers are working round the clock to try to protect those not yet infected.

Data from the World Health Organization showed that as reported by 8 February 2020, there were 34, 886 confirmed cases globally, with 288 cases outside of China in 24 countries.
(Original Title: UK scientists join global race to develop coronavirus vaccine)
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London, UK - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of researchers working in lab
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Robin Shattock, professor, Department of Infectious Diseases, Imperial College London:
"We're at the first stage. We've gone from that sequence to making our vaccine candidate in 14 days. We're putting it into animal models next week, and we will be looking for funding to rush that into human testing. But the human testing component takes quite some time. We need to show that it's safe. Then after showing it's safe we then need to roll it out to see if it can block natural infection and show that that's effective before it can be made globally available."
3. Researcher taking coronavirus vaccine from fridge
4. Various of researcher putting coronavirus vaccine into fridge
5. Various of researchers working in lab
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Gilbert, professor of vaccinology, University of Oxford (starting with shot 5) (with reporter asking question):
"We're just about to start testing the vaccine on animals, which is the first stage in the development process. We're planning for manufacturing, so that we can get into clinical trials. We're planning to make enough of it in a very safe and controlled manner so that that it can be reviewed and be ready for clinical trials by the summer, and after that there will need to be more tests to see if the vaccine actually works to protect people against the coronavirus. That's probably going to take until the end of the year, maybe beginning of next year."
(Reporter: So best case scenario?)
"Best case scenario, a vaccine that we know works and we have in a significant number of doses by the end of this year. Absolute best case."

Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of medical workers, patients, in hospital

London, UK - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Gilbert, professor of vaccinology, University of Oxford:
"They often get high exposure if they're working closely with infected patients and that puts them at risk of more severe disease if they're getting a lot of virus coming into their body to cause an infection. Also if they get infected, they can transmit the infection to other patients in hospitals, so you get hospital outbreaks of this type of virus caused by healthcare workers who apparently are quite well but they can still give the infection to patients who aren't so well."

FILE: London, UK - Date Unknown (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Street scene, vehicles
10. Various of pedestrians on street
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