Everybody except the $3.16 Billion ABC knows the origins of COVID 19
ABC misinformation continues. It is easily verified that the virus was manufactured in the UK about three years ago then sent to a Canadian laboratory for weaponising, then stolen by two Chinese scientists working at the lab in 2019 and deliberately released probably by the Ministry for State Security late last year. A ‘vaccine’ for this flu virus should be avoided at all costs, particularly when Bill Gates is involved. Experienced doctors have warned against any vaccine. Go to: https://wp.me/p2dFb5-3uy
New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned that social distancing restrictions will be in place in her state “until a vaccine is found”.
But what exactly goes into developing a vaccine for a new disease? And how long will that take?
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus, was only identified a few months ago, and while researchers have been rapidly finding out about the virus and the disease it causes, there’s still so much about it we don’t understand.
But that doesn’t mean the quest for a vaccine is coming from a standing start.
Rapid vaccine development technologies mean that the time it takes to develop a vaccine, which used to be in the order of two to five years, could be condensed down to the 12 –18 month time frame that many experts have been referring to.
And the science that has gone into developing past vaccines also gives researchers a jump on COVID-19.
Even so, creating a new vaccine isn’t as simple as taking an existing vaccine and swapping the viruses, said Larisa Labzin, an immunologist from the University of Queensland.
“For each virus or different bacterium that causes a disease, we need a different vaccine because the immune response that’s mounted is different,” Dr Labzin said.