Reveals the danger of developing a vaccine against coronavirus in a short time


www.vsyako.netPhoto: RUSSELL CHEYNE / Reuters

Professor Robin Shattock from Imperial College London spoke about the main dangers of the vaccine coronavirus in a short time. Reported by the Daily Mail.

Shattock, which at the moment creates one of the versions of the tool against the virus, believes that the main problem may be short term effects from the vaccine. He notes that while issues develop immunity from disease are not fully understood, it is very difficult to predict how durable is the effect of the drug.

According to him, scientists are not even sure how high the likelihood of re-infecting already ill with the virus. Therefore, you first need to analyze the results of clinical trials on people, and then talk about anything.

The specialist said that before the beginning of 2021 to expect a vaccine is not necessary.

Previously, researchers from Imperial College London and the University of California at Berkeley, said that conducted in different countries in the fight against the coronavirus severe restrictions helped to protect against infection of tens of millions of people around the world. As established scientists, the introduction of isolation, closure of borders, suspension of work, educational institutions and other restrictive measures have helped to avoid approximately 530 million infections in the United States, China, France, Italy, Iran and South Korea.

Video, photo All from Russia.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here