They are especially in need of people over 65, black, Asian and ethnic minority people, and front-line health and social workers.
Government Vaccine Task Force Chair Kate Bingham said: “Protecting those at risk is the only way to end this pandemic.
“This is why we are working as quickly as possible to conduct clinical studies on the most promising vaccines to see if they offer protection against Covid-19, while adhering to the UK’s strict safety and regulatory processes. United – and we need people from all over the UK to sign on to the register to help us achieve this. ”
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Many experts believe that a hit is the only way to end social distancing and get back to normal.
The NHS Covid-19 Vaccine Research Register will help conduct large-scale vaccine studies across the UK.
National Institute for Health Research Director Dinesh Saralaya said: “The best way to protect ourselves from future epidemics is to develop effective vaccines.
“Several vaccine trials are underway in the UK in the coming months and it is important that we all sign up to be contacted about them.
“I want to reassure people that research trials and studies are strictly regulated for ethics and safety.
He added: “By working together, we can produce effective vaccines which are likely to protect all sections of our society against this terrible virus in the future. ”
Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer of England, said: “The more people who volunteer to participate, the more likely we are to find an answer to how effective a vaccine is.
“Having 100,000 volunteers in just four weeks shows the selflessness of the public and a testament to the speed of the work being done by the Vaccine Task Force, the National Institute for Health Research and others to make registration possible.” .
“I urge people to continue to register. It is important that we have people of different backgrounds and ages as volunteers, so that the vaccines developed work for everyone.