Health Expert says don't expect to see Covid-19 vaccine for...

Expert says don’t expect to see Covid-19 vaccine for 12 months or longer


Don’t get your hopes up yet because according to a World Health Organization (WHO) official, the public shouldn’t expect to see the coronavirus vaccine for 12 months or longer.

For now, in some parts of Europe, including Italy and Spain, the cases are quite decreasing, however, in Britain and Turkey, the cases are still growing.

“The overall world outbreak, 90 percent of cases are coming from Europe and the United States of America. So we are certainly not seeing the peak yet,” WHO spokeswoman Dr. Margaret Harris was quoted as saying by a Reuters report.

Meanwhile, the biggest threat now in China is ‘the improted cases’.

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