Canada to hold first Zika vaccine test on humans
A Canadian university said on Tuesday (Jul 19) it will conduct the world's first Zika vaccine test on humans as health authorities scramble to counter the explosively spreading virus.

The Zika vaccine that's under development will be administered to humans "in the coming days," Universite Laval, based in Quebec City, said in a statement.

"We're very proud to be part of the first international team in the world to complete all of the steps in the regulatory process," said Gary Kobinger, doctor of microbiology and professor of medicine at the university, who is overseeing the study.

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