When will life return to normal? The professor who found the vaccine explained Turkish professor Uğur Şahin, who found the coronavirus vaccine the world is talking about, said that thanks to the vaccination studies, humanity can return to normal life in the middle of next year, saying that this winter will be difficult and there will be relief in March. Biontech company, of which Professor Doctor Uğur Şahin is the CEO, is in the first place in the global vaccine race.
Turkish scientist Professor, who developed a 90 percent effective vaccine against coronavirus. Dr. Uğur Şahin made important statements about the vaccine and cororonavirus.
Making a statement about the point where the vaccine has come, Şahin said, "We are in contact with the institutions that give the necessary permits around the world. We are in contact with the European Medicines Agency, with the US Medicines and Food Administration, as well as with Canadian, British, Chinese and Japanese authorities. Pre-or conditional approval. It could come from the US or Europe. Vaccine distribution could begin in mid-December at the earliest, but that doesn't mean things will change quickly in December. " said.
WHEN WILL LIFE RETURN TO NORMAL?
Saying that vaccination studies can return to normal life in 2021, Şahin said, "It will be a difficult winter. The epidemic will get worse before it gets better. We can start to relax in March-April. In the middle of next year, we may return to our normal life with the use of all vaccines, but the decision to that date is patient and we need to be disciplined. " used expressions.
THE MASK WILL NOT DON'T MAKE A WARNING
Warned about the mask, Şahin said, "At first, European countries took different precautions. It was not clear who applied the right policy, but now everyone knows how to fight. The most important is the mask. If you wear a mask when you leave the house and others wear a mask, the risk decreases. So everyone should act responsibly. Governments alone are not responsible for this. The coming months will still be difficult. " He spoke as.