Covid: Swansea Uni develops ‘world’s first’ vaccine smart patch

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The first coronavirus vaccine ‘smart patch’ is being developed at a Welsh university, researchers say.

The disposable device uses micro-needles to both administer the vaccine and monitor its efficacy by measuring the body’s immune response.

A prototype will be developed by the end of March in the hope it can be put forward for clinical trials.

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