Covid-19: County Antrim woman feels 'let down' by vaccine trial

Covid-19: County Antrim woman feels 'let down' by vaccine trial

Covid-19: County Antrim woman feels 'let down' by vaccine trial By Marie-Louise Connolly BBC News NI Health Correspondent - Published A County Antrim woman has said she feels seriously "let down" after taking part in a Covid-19 vaccine trial which has yet to be approved. Sharman Finlay, 66, was one of 350 people in Northern Ireland who participated in Novavax trials which started in November 2020. The Novavax vaccine is yet to be licensed in the UK. Some countries refuse to consider volunteers who have taken part as being vaccinated. Mrs Finlay told BBC News NI she felt "trust was abused" after she thought she was doing something for the greater good. The company started its trials in October 2020, with more than 15,000 people across the UK taking part. …
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