Coronavirus Vaccine And New Findings


  1. Coronavirus Vaccine


Vaccines often take a long time to research and test. Currently, scientists are hoping to develop vaccines within 12-18 months. In order to be able to fight off the current dangerous epidemic.

The development of a vaccine is based on analysis from the virus, providing ways for the body to fight off the virus when it is invaded.

The vaccine will neutralize the infectious agent in some way.

Based on previously available vaccines such as measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). Children will get two doses of the vaccine several years apart. This is the case before the virus infection. This approach has been successful with the human immune system.

What a Covid-19 vaccine may look like


This is a vaccine designed by the French company Valneva, Scotland. If it works, it really helps fight SARS-COV-2. In case someone in the affected area can get a dose of the vaccine to help stop the transmission.

Scientists are uncertain about the changes and effects of this vaccine over the long term. The booster dose is needed within a few months after the first time. But this may be enough to prevent the spread of SARS-COV-2 around the world.

If we succeed with this vaccine, getting rid of coronavirus will become a normal part of health care.

2. Coronavirus may have circulated in bats for decades before jumping to humans


New research shows that the fall is a coronavirus reservoir. Some say it was created by a laboratory in Wuhan by accident. But the question of where this virus came from has not been answered yet.

Today, the virus has many mutations and grows increasingly dangerous. And the virus was discovered to break down from the bat virus three decades ago. May have appeared since the 1940s.



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