O British scientist who led Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine research Against Coronavirus He said the vaccine could be made this Saturday (27) Micron variant “Very fast”.
Professor Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group, called the Delta variant “very unlikely” that the new variant would spread strongly among vaccinated people “as we have seen in the past.”
But if that happens, it could “act very quickly”, he explained to the BBC, because “the process of developing a new vaccine is much stronger.”
Stress is considered a concern
Although Pollard believes the current vaccine should be effective against new vaccines that the World Health Organization (WHO) considers “worrying,” he says this can only be confirmed in the coming weeks.
To date, no case of the Ômicron variant has been reported in the United Kingdom, one of the most affected European countries by pandemic, with more than 144,500 deaths.
Manufacturers of other vaccines, such as Pfizer / BioNTech, Moderna, and Novavax, have also expressed confidence in their ability to resist the new pressure.
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