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Professor of International Biosecurity Raina MacIntyre, who’s the top of the Biosecurity Program on the Kirby Institute on the College of New South Wales, mentioned that a timeframe for a vaccine is unlikely to be shorter than a 12 months.
“Usually, it could take 5 to 20 years in some situations,” she mentioned.
“However in epidemics, ever for the reason that ebola disaster, we have developed extra speedy methods of getting vaccines to populations however the soonest I feel, feasibly, is 12 to 18 months.”
In a video posted by the Australian Academy of Science, she additionally provided some fundamental tips about hygiene and the way each nation all over the world must take the COVID-19 outbreak severely.
“We should be watching the state of affairs internationally with concern … each nation must be equally vigilant,” she mentioned.