Vaccine For Coronavirus – All You Need Know

When we will get the COVID-19 vaccine? this is one of the most asked and searched questions over the internet nowadays. The whole world is desperately waiting for Scientists to successfully found a vaccine for deadly coronavirus. Many countries including India is trying to get a vaccine as soon as possible to end this coronavirus pandemic. Top medical research organizations are working day and night for this and some of them also get initial success.

Till today from coronavirus pandemic, more than 2.6 lacs of people lost their lives and around 3.5 million are affected around the world. America and European countries like Italy, Germany, Russia, France & Spain are the new epicenters of this virus after Wuhan, China. India is also affected by this pandemic and around 43,000 cases have been registered till 4th May 2020.

Where we stand right now to get Coronavirus Vaccine?

As per the latest media report Oxford University, UK has been started a Coronavirus vaccine trial and injects the first participant a few days back. Now the scientists of Oxford University told media that we have emergency approval from medical regulators authority and the first few million doses of their vaccine could be available by September 2020 possibly.

The medical experts also explained media and said “we have to understand that Vaccine research is a long process that usually involves at least three phases of clinical, or human, trials. But the good news is that now we are on the third stage of vaccine”. The number of people being given an experimental vaccine increases at every stage with the ultimate goal of testing for safety, side-effects, and of course, the ability to induce immunity. This can take up to a decade.

Do we really have a vaccine for this deadly virus?

As per the latest report from researchers, Covid-19 might never have a vaccine just like HIV, dengue. Many scientists warn governments that we may not be able to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) like HIV and other flu diseas.

Dr. David Nabarro, a professor of global health at Imperial College London said an Interview with CNN “There are some viruses that we still do not have vaccines against”.

When we will get this vaccine?

Oxford University London is excepting the vaccine till Sep 2020 as it has entered the human trail. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci is among those who say a vaccine will come along in a year to 18 months, while others have said it may take longer than that.

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