The experimental vaccine generated a strong immune response in the 1,077 volunteers that signed up to help trial the drug.
Chinese Vaccine Producers Are Moving Forward With Human Tests (and They're Not Waiting for Permission)
The unorthodox strategy is raising eyebrows, but the stakes in the race for a vaccine are extraordinarily high.
Preliminary results are expected in as little as three months.
The race to develop a coronavirus vaccine is getting crowded – and expensive.
Australian Media Is Giving Anti-Vaxxers Nine Times More Coverage Than Usual. That's Bad for Everyone
Experts are worried all this talk about COVID vaccines could be contributing to the spread of dangerous misinformation.
Meanwhile, China has pledged $2 billion to the organisation, and experts warn the tension between the two nations could start a new Cold War.
Human challenge trials would get us a vaccine faster, but people might die in the process. Bioethicist Arthur Caplan tells us why he thinks we should still do them.
"I never would have imagined the situation we’re in now... and it has got me questioning myself."
But the lab that produced it says the vaccine won't be ready for human use for at least a year.
As mental health disorders run rampant, scientists are trying to make an immunisation from bacteria that could help.
Researchers found that people are generally better at recognising fake news once they understand how it's generated and used to manipulate people.