A trial of the coronavirus vaccine has been suspended around the world after people who volunteered in the UK reacted differently.
This is the second time the vaccine has been discontinued in collaboration with Oxford University and AstraZeneca.
A spokesman for the company said those who took part in the trial had been vaccinated and would be subjected to an independent examination.
The spokesman added that these scientists are committed to prioritizing public safety.
More than 10,000 volunteers in the UK and other countries have taken part in testing for the vaccine.
Citizens of South Africa, Brazil and the United States also participated in the trial.
Companies and governments around the world are scrambling to develop a vaccine against the deadly Corona virus.
There are currently 30 coronavir vaccines being tested worldwide by various companies and scientists.
The vaccine, administered by Oxford University in the UK, is believed to be the first of its kind, and many are waiting to see what the vaccine will do.