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Coronavirus: Will One Vaccine Suffice???

Coronavirus: Will One Vaccine Suffice???

More and more vaccines have to be put in place to prevent the killing of the Coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Will One Vaccine Suffice???

British pharmaceutical company GSK says more and more vaccines have to be put in place to prevent the killing of the Coronavirus. So, for the treatment of Coronavirus: Will one vaccine suffice???

Emma says the company’s chief executive officer says one vaccine against the virus will not be enough and more and more companies will have to develop vaccines.

According to her, her company is also working on the preparation of the vaccine in partnership with various organizations, but this is a long step.

Emma says more vaccines are needed because the virus has caused a global medical crisis.

So one vaccine will not be enough for the population worldwide.

Most of the Corona virus vaccines are currently manufactured in China. The number is 3.

One of them reached the second phase of their trial, while the other two are in the first phase.

China’s Ministry of Science and Technology says China is currently the only country in the world that has developed 3 vaccines against the virus.

So far, The first vaccine trial has entered the second phase and is the world’s first vaccine to reach this stage.

According to her, all vaccines produced in the world are in the first phase of their trial.

It is thought that the Corona virus has infected more than two million people in the world so far.

While the virus has killed 1 lac 355 thousand 229 people so far, the number of casualties is increasing.

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Written by Hamid Aziz

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