VAXIL Provides Update on USAMRIID and Oral Experiments

By Dr. Matthew Watson

NESS-ZIONA, Israel, Dec. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- VAXIL BIO LTD. (“Vaxil” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: VXL), an innovative immunotherapy biotech company specializing in cancer and infectious diseases, is pleased to announce that further to our press release dated December 3, 2020, in respect to our cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (“USAMRIID”), the mice have received two of the three scheduled vaccinations. The third and final vaccine is scheduled to be administered later this week. USAMRIID reports that the mice appear to be fine having responded normally to the injections administered to date and that the experiment is proceeding on schedule. The Company expects that the mice will be “challenged” with the COVID-19 virus in mid-January 2021, after having had the chance to develop an immune response. Vaxil expects to provide a further update at the beginning of February 2021.

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