The Corona 19 vaccine developed by Oxford University in the UK and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca could be approved for use on the 28th or 29th, the UK Daily Telegraph reported on the 18th local time.

Citing high-ranking sources from the UK government, they said that when Oxford University submits the final data for clinical trials on the 21st, the drug and health care product regulatory agency is expected to approve the use around the 28-29.

The UK government plans to inoculate the vaccine on a large scale starting the first week of January next year once the vaccine is approved for use.