By the way, most scientists say that it may take one year to one and a half years to prepare the new vaccine against the Corona virus.
But according to the scientists leading the UK’s most important university research team, the vaccine against the Corona virus will be ready by September.
Oxford University vaccine professor Sarah Gilbert told The Times of London that she was ’80 percent confident’ that her team’s vaccine would work and be ready by September.
Experts have previously said that the vaccine preparation is usually completed within years, and even if done too quickly, vaccine preparation for the Corona virus will be completed in 12 to 18 months.
But the Oxford University team says that with each passing week, we are reviewing more data.
The Oxford team is one of dozens of teams working worldwide to develop the vaccine, but Sarah Gilbert’s team has made the most progress in the UK.
Professor Sarah said that at a time when the UK was going through the fourth week of lockdown, with a single vaccine, it would be possible to soften stricter measures and return to normal life.
The vaccine trial on humans is set to begin in the next 2 weeks, he said.
British Health Secretary Matt Hancock told Sky News that Professor Sarah Gilbert’s statement is a ray of hope.
“I know a lot about Oxford’s plan, and it’s great to see the ray of hope, especially on the front page of the newspaper,” he says.
Professor Sarah said in an interview last month that she expects a vaccine to be ready by the end of 2020.
Now no one can promise that the vaccine will work, but I am 80 percent confident that we will succeed, ”he said while interviewing the newspaper.
Even if British scientists are able to develop and use the vaccine by September, experts say that millions of doses of the vaccine will take months to develop.
Professor Sara said the British government was in talks to capitalize and production would be started before the final results, which would allow people to get access to the vaccine immediately.
“If all goes well, success is possible by autumn,” he said.
It is thought that more than 17 million people have become ill as a result of this disease worldwide and more than 3,000 have died.
A human trial of 2 vaccines has begun in the United States in this regard.
Modernina Therapeutics, a company that was working very fast, began its human trials for a vaccine on March 16, 42 days after the virus became genetic.
The same vaccine is underway in Washington state with 45 people, all of whom are under the age of 18 to 55, and all are healthy.
Regarding the aforementioned vaccine trials, the US National Institutes of Health Infectious Disease said the duration of the clinical trial could be from at least one year to 18 months, during which time it would be determined to be safe and effective.
On April 16, a human-initiated vaccine developed by American company Envoy in collaboration with Bill & Melinda Gates began testing humans on April 6.
The vaccine developed by InView has already been successfully tested on animals and permission was also obtained for the use of the vaccine.
The report states that the vaccine developed by Innoviv (INO 4800) has been named DNA vaccine, which enhances the production of antibodies in the human body by strengthening the human immune system.
According to the company, their vaccine will also be tested at 40 volunteers in 2 different locations in the United States, initially volunteers will be given dose every 4 weeks and then the second phase of the vaccine will be reviewed by volunteers.
However, it should be noted that even if the vaccine is successful, it will take 12 to 18 months for the vaccine to become available and there will be no Corona prevention vaccine available in the world before that.
Given this, it seems seemingly impossible for Oxford University to produce the vaccine within 5 or 6 months, but scientists are working faster than usual to see the outbreak of the outbreak. Preparations can also be made possible.