The United States is going to allow the use of modern vaccines on an emergency basis after the Pfizer-Bioentech vaccine.
The country’s Food and Drug Administration says modern vaccines are safe and 94 percent effective. A day before the announcement on Tuesday, Pfizer-Biotech tickers began to be applied across the United States.
The FDA has released a 54-page research report on the modern vaccine.
There is no special security risk in the vaccine, it said. There are no serious side effects. The vaccine has been tested on 30,000 people. There was 94.1% effectiveness data.
Moderna said the vaccine would be “massively” produced if approved. Modern, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company, was founded in 2010. So far, the FDA has not approved any of its products.