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Re: takes over a year (Jan.2020)
« on: March 03, 2020, 03:25:08 am »
https://www.republicworld.com/world-news/rest-of-the-world-news/expert-virus-vaccine-possible-by-sep-at-earliest.html

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
https://cbdnewsupdate.com/timetable-for-a-vaccine-against-the-new-coronavirus-maybe-this-fall/
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.