Kate Bingham, chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce, said the first generation of coronavirus vaccines would likely be incomplete and that we should be prepared not to stop the infection, just reduce symptoms.
London: There is good news from London about the Coronavirus vaccine and a large hospital here has been invited to prepare to receive the corona vaccine. However, Kate Bingham, chair of the UK Vaccine Task Force, raised concerns about the coronavirus vaccine. He said the first generation of the Kovid – 19 vaccine is likely to be incomplete and will not affect everyone.
Possibility of reducing symptoms only
Kate Bingham wrote in an excerpt published in the medical journal The Lancet, ‘However, we don’t even know if we’ll ever get the vaccine. It is essential to protect yourself from decency and excessive optimism. He further wrote: “The first generation of vaccines is likely to be incomplete and we should be prepared not to stop the infection, only to reduce symptoms.”
Some or all of these vaccines could fail
Bingham (Kate Bingham) wrote that the Vaccine Task Force recognizes that many and perhaps all of these vaccines could fail. Global vaccine production capacity is vastly inadequate in terms of requirements, as billions of vaccines are needed around the world.
Antibodies fell in the summer
On Tuesday, a study by scientists from Imperial College London found that antibodies to the coronavirus declined rapidly in the British population over the summer. For this reason, protection after infection cannot last long and increases the chances of low immunity.