We’ve been staying at home, missing important events with our friends and families, we’ve been wearing masks everywhere… Some of us even lost our jobs and, far worse, some of us have had to say goodbye to our loved ones.
The Coronavirus really had turned life upside down, and ever since its arrival, doctors and health professionals around the globe have been working around the clock in an attempt to keep it at bay. Pharmaceutical companies have started the lengthy and laborious process of looking for a vaccine.
When Pfizer and Moderna have announced their COVID vaccines, the world waited with bated breath. The best news came when we found out they had a 90% success rate in late-stage clinical trials. The question is, when will we be able to inoculate ourselves?
Anthony Fauci, MD, said that vaccines could start rolling out before the end of 2020!
Rachel Martin, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases spoke about the upcoming rollout of the coronavirus vaccine during an interview on NPR’s Morning Edition.
Here’s what we know and what you should prepare for.