COVID-19 Noravax Vaccine Clinical Trial

Join the fight against COVID-19

You can help with this vaccine clinical trial

COVID-19 has become a global health threat, and the need for a safe and effective vaccine is critical. There is currently no US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved vaccine to prevent COVID-19.

This COVID-19 clinical trial is testing whether this vaccine will prevent COVID-19. It will compare this vaccine with a placebo, a substance that contains no active medication.

Participants who qualify for the study will receive:

  • Study-related medical tests throughout the study
  • The study vaccine or placebo
  • Study-related monitoring of health and follow-up care
  • Compensation for trial participation

Who Can Participate

You may be eligible to participate in this COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial if you:

  • Are an adult 18 years or older

We are specifically interested in those who:

  • Represent a racial and ethnic group that has been greatly impacted by the pandemic (such as African American, Latinx, Native American, or Asian American)
  • Have an underlying medical condition (such as diabetes or obesity)
  • Have a high risk of exposure through work (such as first responder, healthcare professional, or delivery person)
  • Live or work in an elder-care facility
  • Are retired or active military

What to Expect

Participation for this study is divided into 3 periods:

  • Screening: The study team will determine if you are eligible to take part in the study
  • Vaccine: All participants will get 2 injections of the study vaccine or placebo on the first day and again 3 weeks later
  • Follow-up: The study team will monitor your health until 2 years after the last injection

About Clinical Trials

A clinical trial, also called a clinical study, is carefully supervised research that is done before a study drug is approved and made available to the public.

  • Clinical trials follow specific laws to protect the rights, safety, well-being, and confidentiality of study participants
  • The results help government agencies like the US FDA determine if a product is safe and should be made available to the public
  • Clinical trials are used to develop new prevention methods and medical treatments

Participating in a clinical trial is completely voluntary.

Taking part in the study will provide information about the study vaccine. If the results show that the study vaccine prevents COVID-19, this vaccine could become available for others, potentially protecting them from COVID-19 now and in the future.

By participating in this study, you will make an important contribution  to advance COVID-19 research.

Speak with a study team member today to learn more.


For more information

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