Bill Gates dates Kovid-19 vaccine
Bill Gates made a new statement regarding the date when the Kovid-19 vaccine could be at the service of humanity.
Bill Gates, the US multimillionaire technology giant, who has given great support to vaccination studies with his foundation, said that we could get the Kovid-19 vaccine earlier than we thought.
Pouring billions of dollars through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to various pharmaceutical giants dealing with the vaccine in order to shorten the development time of the Kovid-19 vaccine as much as possible, Microsoft founder announced that the vaccine could be available at the beginning of 2021.
'TWO OR THREE MAY BE READY AT THE EARLY OF THE NEXT YEAR'
Speaking to Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer at the Yahoo Finance's 'All Markets Summit' panel, Gates said that if all goes well, two or three of the six developed in the West that conduct third-stage clinical trials will be ready early next year. .
'THE LUCKIEST PFIZER'
Expressing that the US-based pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is a very experienced vaccine company and that it has designed its work very well, therefore it is highly likely to be among the first to take the rope, Gates said that besides British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Novavax, Moderna. and Sanofi as companies that could launch the vaccine early next year.
MAY NOT BE PERFECT '
Reminding that one of the volunteers who participated in the trials of AstraZeneca, which runs a vaccine development study with Oxford University, died, Gates said that this is not surprising in the normal course of the trials:
"Even if two or three of the first six are approved, its effectiveness may not be perfect in stopping you from getting sick and infecting others.
'WE NEED TO EXCEED 70 PERCENT OF THE POPULATION'
Predicting that if enough Kovid-19 vaccines are supplied, we will be better off by the end of 2021 than we are now, but still not back to normal, Gates said, "To really reduce the number of cases, we need to vaccinate 70 percent of the population by then, but this disease. As long as it exists anywhere in the world, there will always be a possibility of reinfection.
COMPLETE THEORIES OBSTACLE
But he and the number one public health official of the USA, Dr. Anthony Fauci's anti-vaccine conspiracy theories that the material is made of are on the agenda, adding that vaccination can be a difficult task.