Join the Fight Against COVID-19
You can help with this vaccine clinical trial.
By participating in this study, you will make an important contribution to advance COVID-19 research. If you are an adult aged 18 years or older, you may be eligible to participate in our clinical trial testing whether this investigational vaccine will prevent COVID-19. If you qualify and choose to join the study, you may be compensated for your participation.
All adults are encouraged to apply, especially those who:
  • Are aged 18 years and older, particularly over 65 years of age
  • Have a high risk of exposure through work (such as first responder, healthcare professional, or delivery person)
  • Represent a racial or ethnic group that has been greatly impacted by the pandemic (such as African American, Latinx, Native American, or Asian American)
  • Live or work in an elder-care facility
  • Have an underlying medical condition (such as diabetes or obesity)
  • Are retired or active-military

Other criteria will need to be met to confirm your eligibility for this study. If you qualify and choose to join the study, you may be compensated for your participation.

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About the Study

COVID-19 has become a global health threat, and the need for a safe and effective vaccine is critical. There is currently no US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved vaccine to prevent COVID-19. This COVID-19 clinical trial is testing whether this vaccine will prevent COVID-19. It will compare this vaccine with a placebo, a substance that contains no active medication. Participants who qualify for the study will receive:

  • Study-related medical tests throughout the study
  • The study vaccine or placebo
  • Study-related monitoring of health and follow-up care
What is a Clinical Trial?

A clinical trial, also called a clinical study, is carefully supervised research that is done before a study drug is approved and made available to the public.

Clinical trials follow specific laws to protect the rights, safety, well-being, and confidentiality of study participants.

The results help government agencies like the US FDA determine if a product is safe and should be made available to the public.

Clinical trials are used to develop new prevention methods and medical treatments.

Participating in a clinical trial is completely voluntary. Taking part in the study will provide information about the study vaccine. If the results show that the study vaccine prevents COVID-19, this vaccine could become available for others, potentially protecting them from COVID-19 now and in the future

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