Coronavirus treatment found: Vaccine to go for human trials in April
First Published 9, Mar 2020, 2:07 PM
The fear of coronavirus has spread all over the world. So far, the virus has been found in 91 countries.
With over 1,08,000 people infected with coronavirus, the need to combat the virus has gotten all the more important. However, a piece of good news has emerged. According to reports, US and UK scientists have found a cure for this virus.
The virus, which first made an appearance in Wuhan, China, has shocked the entire world. Today, this virus has enveloped 91 countries in fear. The situation has worsened in China.
Second-highest coronavirus-affected Italy, has also seen a surge in the number of coronavirus patients.
Scientists around the world have been engaged in finding the right medicine for it. News from the drugmaker Moderna Inc has given rise to a lot of hope though. This vaccine will be tested on humans in April. After which, these vaccines would be made available in hospitals.
It usually takes five years to prepare a vaccine for a disease. But this time, scientists have prepared vaccines in just four months to defeat this virus.
This vaccine will weaken the virus inside the human body. So, the patient will see a recovery and the virus wouldn’t spread further. Scientists further said that if they are successful, they will produce more injections and share them across the world as soon as possible. Reportedly, the vaccine will be sent to worst-affected countries on priority, which includes China, Italy, and Iran.