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Re: takes over a year (Jan.2020)
« on: March 03, 2020, 03:25:08 am »

Azra Chani
Azra Ghani,

Weiner, Imp.Coll.London
“We were able to go from no vaccine to a vaccine tested in the clinic in about 18 months — 15 to 18 months,”
 “And we were able to design and develop and move into the clinic in 11 months [MERS].”
Keith Chappell at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, thinks he can do even better
Even in the rosiest of scenarios, Hatchett says, once the vaccine is in hand, it still needs to get to the people who need it, and that takes time — at least weeks to months, depending on the urgency.
“We are making very aggressive efforts in the hopes of having a vaccine available — some form of vaccine available, potentially, as early as this fall,” Hatchett says.