Inoculated [verb]

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The two-dose regimen required for the leading vaccine candidates mean that about 15 billion doses could be required to inoculate the global population.

Moderna has said it will be able to deliver 20 million doses of vaccine by the end of this year, enough to inoculate 10 million people.

The first vaccines were developed on dairy farms in the late 18th century, inoculating humans with cowpox as a means of preventing the spread of smallpox.

Sinovac’s trial delay raises the prospect that China has been inoculating its citizens with a potentially unsafe vaccine and showcases the dangers of attempting to bulldoze traditional vaccine approval processes.

The labs will use the same chemical reagents and follow the same protocols to assess the neutralizing antibody levels found in the blood of those who are inoculated with the various vaccine candidates.

The first hurdle to getting the world inoculated against Covid-19 is to develop a vaccine.

If people fear they won’t have recourse if they’re harmed by a vaccine, they won’t get inoculated.

In both Moderna’s and Pfizer’s clinical trials, which involved 30,000 people, about 50 infections will need to be reported between both the control group and the inoculated group in order to get an early readout of the results, Hansen says.

Many research groups have been publishing comparisons of the antibody titers from the blood of people inoculated with their vaccine candidates to the antibody titers found in the blood of people who have recovered from Covid-19.

To do it, they’re setting up “strike teams” that can go from school to school giving vaccines, vans that can stop at construction sites and inoculate workers, and doing outreach to hard-to-reach communities.