By James T. O’BrienPublished November 06, 2018 09:24:37The royal family has taken the biggest risk of all when it decided to go ahead with its controversial coronavirus vaccine despite warnings about the risks.
The decision to go public with the trial, in which Australia’s coronaviruses are being tested on thousands of people, was the most unpopular in recent times.
Key points:The coronaviral vaccine has been delayed for more than a year but the trial is finally going ahead, the ABC’s James O’Brien reportsOn Monday, Australia’s Health Minister Peter Dutton said the trial was “on track”It was also the most expensive trial to date and had been postponed until the second half of next year to give it more time to run.
The trial has been postponed from October to November 2018 because of concerns about the safety of the vaccine.
It has now been delayed to November 2020 to give more time for the coronavillirus vaccine to be tested.
The coronavalvirus vaccine was due to go on sale to Australian households in November 2020.
A coronavirinavirus outbreak has left more than 200,000 people sick with an estimated 400,000 have died from the disease.