Covid-19 Might Never Have a Vaccine Fears Scientists as it may be impossible to produce a coronavirus vaccine. We have to live with the virus by having natural immunity.
The UK’s Chief Medical Officer, Christopher Whitty, told a Parliamentary committee last week that there was concerning evidence suggesting that it may not be possible to stimulate natural immunity in people.
“The first question we do not know is ‘do you get natural immunity to this disease if you have had it, for a prolonged period of time?’,” Whitty said
Also added, “That’s slightly concerning” and cannot guarantee success.
In an interview with The Observer: The professor of global health at Imperial College London, David Nabarro, believes that the world is going to live with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic for a long time. People should not expect a coronavirus vaccine to come in the short-term.
The coronavirus vaccine may be less effective but sufficiently effective to prevent fatalities across the world.
Covid-19 Might Never Have a Vaccine Fears Scientists.