Andrew Lloyd Webber is becoming a member of the combat towards coronavirus.

Because the coronavirus pandemic continues to put on on individuals across the globe, scientists have labored tirelessly to discover an efficient strategy to combat the an infection, be it a treatment or a vaccine.

Now, months into the disaster, potential vaccines are being examined, certainly one of which will likely be utilized to the legendary composer.

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Webber, 72, introduced on Wednesday that as a part of a medical trial, he’ll obtain an experimental vaccination for COVID-19.

“I’m excited that tomorrow I’m going to be vaccinated for the Oxford Covid 19 trial,” he wrote. “I’ll do something to show that theatres can re-open safely.”

Webber is, after all, greatest often known as a musical composer of such megahits as “Phantom of the Opera” and “Evita.”

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The College of Oxford and AstraZeneca, a drug firm, have been testing a vaccine they developed collectively, and early outcomes are anticipated to roll in any day now.

Webber has been very vocal about dwell theaters shutting down in London.

Andrew Lloyd Webber, known for composing musicals like 'Phantom of the Opera' and 'Cats,' will receive an experimental coronavirus vaccine. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Andrew Lloyd Webber, recognized for composing musicals like ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Cats,’ will obtain an experimental coronavirus vaccine. (Photograph by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Pictures)

When it was introduced that the present manufacturing of “Phantom” on West Finish would “completely shut down,” Webber took to Twitter to say in any other case.

“So far as I’m involved Phantom will reopen as quickly as is feasible,” he wrote.

Similar to America’s Broadway, London theaters have been such down because the spring in response to the coronavirus unfold.

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Deadline studies that some theaters in London are contemplating reopening in phases, whereas the London Bridge Theater has focused September or October as a gap date for a one-man play starring Ralph Fiennes.