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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson: COVID-19 vaccine may never be found

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UK Prime Minister: COVID-19 vaccine may never be found. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson has said that the vaccine for the novel coronavirus. He said that people who could not work from home should be encouraged to return to their places of employment as a “zero-risk” approach will not work.

He made the remarks a 50-page plan to relax lockdown rules, in which he said there was need to plan for a worst-case scenario. He added: It is clear that the only feasible long-term solution lies with a vaccine or drug-based treatment.

But while we hope for a breakthrough, hope is not a plan. A mass vaccine or treatment may be more than a year away. Indeed, in a worst-case scenario, we may never find a vaccine.

Johnson speaks when the Jenner Institute team at the University of Oxford has reportedly started trials of the coronavirus vaccines on people which it said has an 80% chance of success.

The team will start production before the trial is complete and wants about a million doses ready to be sent out by September. Governments across the world are under immense pressure to reopen economies as the coronavirus-induced lockdowns have resulted in recessions.

Source – Pindula News

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