There are now 102 potential Covid-19 vaccines in the works worldwide, W.H.O announces

COVID-19: No evidence that people who recovered can't be re-infected, says WHO

102 potential Covid-19 vaccines are being developed around the world as scientists worldwide find a permanent solution to the novel Coronavirus that has killed hundreds of thousands worldwide and shut down economic life as announced by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

According to documents posted on the organization's website on Thursday, eight of the potential vaccines have been approved for clinical trial.

According to the WHO, China's vaccine clinical trial request was accepted today as the WHO only had seven vaccine requests four days ago.

Of the groups approved by WHO for clinical trials on humans, four are from China, one is from England, one is American and another is a combined American and European group. No African request has been approved.

According to the WHO, on March 16, the American National Institute of Health (NIH) became the first institute to start testing in human trial subjects.

In a related story, WITHIN NIGERIA reported that the World Health Organisation (WHO) says the number of reported COVID-19 cases in the WHO African Region has increased from 33,000 to over 34,000 in the past 24 hours.

The WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo gave the update on its official twitter account @WHOAFRO on Wednesday.

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