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Israelis Invent Oral COVID Vaccine

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Israelis Invent Oral COVID Vaccine

Encouraged by clinical trials, Israeli startup hopes to make oral Covid booster commercially available within a year.

By United With Israel, June 13, 2021:

An Israeli startup company developing a booster COVID vaccine for people who have already been vaccinated announced that preclinical tests on laboratory rats yielded promising results.

The vaccine is administered orally.

In a statement, the Qiryat Shemona-based Migvax said its vaccine resulted in “markedly higher neutralizing antibod[ies]” and “elicited more effective neutralizing antibodies.”
The Migvax formulation may also “remain effective for longer periods of time before requiring a booster” and does not require deep freeze storage, making it easier to transport. The company said the vaccine would still require regular refrigeration.

Administering the booster orally will also benefit other countries struggling to keep the pandemic under control.

“Oral boosters such as our MigVax-101 will be key enablers that will help health organizations the world over transition from ‘panic mode’ to routine, due to their ability to reduce the cost and expand the reach of ongoing vaccination programs,” the statement said.

Migvax’s statement said it was seeking finances to launch the next phase of clinical trials, aiming for commercial availability within 9-12 months.

Encouraged by clinical trials, Israeli startup hopes to make its oral Covid booster commercially available within a year. The startup is an affiliate of the Migal Galilee Research Institute.

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