Will there ever be a Coronavirus vaccine?
Thousands of people are dying every day and millions have been infected, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.
There is a lot of talk that a Coronavirus vaccine is imminent and should be out late this year – or somewhere in early 2021.
Barack Obama Tweets:
“Although we’ve seen some positive findings recently about the possibilities of developing a vaccine for COVID-19, this article gives a good summary of why it may take months before any effective vaccine can be widely distributed.”
Simon Hughes Tweets:
“It would take, at minimum, a year and a half to test for it to be safe for humans Barack. Months? Come on, don’t lie to the people. If it’s pushed out any sooner, they’re not testing for side effects and could be worse than the virus itself.”
Collins Peter Ouma Tweets:
“Why must you always cast doubt the every good news regarding this pandemic. It’s as if you want it to remain forever. Vaccine will be out shortly and things are getting back to normal very soon, end of story.”
It is now being said that it is not likely that a New Coronavirus vaccine, would be able to give total protection against the killer Coronavirus pandemic.
“Despite billions having been spent on research over the last 20 years, no vaccine has ever been developed for ANY coronavirus, including SARS and MERS. Assuming we’re going to ever get one is dangerous because it could cause people to be take fewer precautions with COVID-19.”
Fact is, it is very likely that the Coronavirus vaccine is not only not going to make the Coronavirus disease disappear – but it is also not going to bring back life – to what we once knew it!
Chirag Vasani is Chief Editor for wwbnn. He has been writing online
and offline since many years now. When he is not writing, he likes to play golf.