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A man from Maryland may be the first person successfully vaccinated against COVID-19

This person believes that he may be one of the first to be successfully vaccinated against COVID-19 after participating in a promising trial. Participants reported early results in the development of a vaccine that stimulates the production of antibodies. Writes about it Fox News.

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David Reich, a graduate student in immunology, was the first person to be injected during a study at the University of Maryland in May. Then the American pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and the German company BioNTech worked together to create a vaccine.

Now, early studies show that the vaccine works, it stimulates the production of antibodies at a rate equal to or greater than those who have had the disease.

“You feel relieved when you see that it actually gives results: the vaccine stimulates the production of antibodies,” Reich said.

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Reich is not sure what he was given - a real vaccine or a placebo saline solution. But when a small reaction occurred after the second dose, he became convinced that he was one of the few people in the world vaccinated against COVID-19.

He should be tested in October to determine if he appears to be immune to the virus.

If the test is successful, Pfizer says it will produce 100 million doses and more than a billion by the end of the year next year.

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