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When will a coronavirus vaccine be ready?

When will a coronavirus vaccine be ready?

When will a coronavirus vaccine be ready



When will the coronavirus vaccine be effective?
When will the coronavirus vaccine be ready?



When will the coronavirus vaccine be effective?

The first clinical trial of the new coronavirus vaccine will be conducted within three months. However, the past few years have shown that the vaccine will take a long time to develop.

Especially the Ebola vaccine was not developed until 20 years of research. And there is no vaccine against atypical pneumonia or pneumonia.

The mysterious coronavirus is rapidly spreading from China to other countries. In order to curb the wave of diseases, health officials and pharmaceutical companies began to develop vaccines.

However, according to the "Business Insider" report, the experience of previous years has shown that using the current organization's research plan may take several years.

Scientist's Commitment

When will the coronavirus vaccine be ready?


According to the hope of Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the first version of the coronavirus vaccine will appear in a few months, and first-line treatment trials will be conducted before infection. Summer is coming.

However, the knowledge about the early development of a coronavirus vaccine against infectious diseases is disappointing-the process is very slow.

past experience
After 20 years of research and 4 years of clinical trials, the Ebola vaccine was recently approved for the first time. Antiretroviral drugs began to spread globally in 2015 and are currently not available: the drug is in the testing phase.

The experience of fighting SARS, such as the current infection, originated in China and caused by the coronavirus, has not yet been established. It has been more than 15 years since the eruption.
As far as SARS is concerned, this is an effort made by the health authorities to curb the spread of the virus, but the need for protection has disappeared.

Action and controversy

The researchers pointed out that a complete vaccine requires a source of funding, which will continue to be provided after the critical phase of the epidemic is over.

This is exactly what happened to the researchers who developed the antidepressant for SARS. When concerns about the disease subsided, the staff was transferred to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) vaccine development project.

Another problem is the lack of accurate information about many aspects of new diseases, especially during the incubation period. Considering all the difficulties, the actual development and introduction time of vaccines in China is 1-3 years.

What are the risks of the new virus?

On average, 9% of people infected with the coronavirus die. As of January 25, 41 people have died from the coronavirus and more than 1,300 people have been infected.

The first recorded coronavirus in China has left the country. First, Thailand reported the disease, followed by Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Vietnam, France, Malaysia, Australia and the United States.

However, doctors were able to treat 36 fatal coronavirus patients.
The mysterious coronavirus can spread from person to person, and experts have declared that they are worried about the epidemic.

The U.S. conducts first coronavirus vaccine trial


In the United States, scientists released the first results of preclinical trials of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 vaccine.

Researchers are waiting for approval from the authorities to quickly fix the vaccine. EBioMedicine magazine wrote that if successful, the vaccine could be released "in a few months."
The vaccine is prepared based on the fragment of the S protein virus through which SARS-CoV-2 enters the human body.

In addition, scientists have also developed a vaccine in the form of a patch, covered with Nanohawk. Therefore, the drug penetrates to the required depth and allows the immune system to encounter it.
The test is performed on laboratory mice. Two weeks after vaccination, the mice began to produce antibodies against the coronavirus vaccine.


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