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BANGKOK (Reuters) -- Thailand on Saturday began testing a vaccine against the coronavirus on monkeys after positive trials in mice, an officProposed method prompts body cells to produce antigens and molecules on virus surface

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BANGKOK - Thailand on Saturday began testing a vaccine against the coronavirus on monkeys after positive trials in mice, an official said.BANGKOK - Thailand on Saturday began testing a vaccine against the coronavirus on monkeys after positive trials in mice, an official said.

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