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This photo illustration show a syringe referring to the vaccine for fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19), with a representation of the virus in the background, photographed In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 15, 2020. The Brazilian government announced agreements with the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, and with the Chinese company Sinovac and continues with the tests of the vaccine against Coronavirus (COVID-19) here in Brazil and may have its registration released in June 2021. (Photo Illustration by Allan Carvalho/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
This photo illustration show a syringe referring to the vaccine for fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19), with a representation of the virus in the background, photographed In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 15, 2020. The Brazilian government announced agreements with the University of Oxford, in the United Kingdom, and with the Chinese company Sinovac and continues with the tests of the vaccine against Coronavirus (COVID-19) here in Brazil and may have its registration released in June 2021. (Photo Illustration by Allan Carvalho/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
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SAN ANTONIO- A new COVID-19 vaccine study is scheduled to start in San Antonio in the few weeks.

The experimental vaccine was made by the biotech company Moderna it will be part of the study at clinical trials of Texas, or CTT.

Researchers say the vaccine has appeared to be safe with a promising immune response.

The vaccine has even been mentioned in the New England Journal of Medicine and the New York Times.

The company announced it will start large "Phase three tests" on July 27.

You have to be at least 18 to participate. Doctors also say they are looking for people who are at higher risk.

It’s an opportunity now to get more data – we are having a much larger population and we will see how it really works in the population. Here at CTT we are really proud to be a part of this – this is an important thing right now – we need to find a solution," says Dr. Douglas Denham of Clinical Trials of Texas, San Antonio.

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If you would like to register for the vaccine study, call Clinical Trials of Texas right now at 210-949-0122 and leave a message or CLICK HERE.

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