Just on Wednesday, scientist announced the breakthrough of a possible coronavirus vaccine after volunteers shows signs of immunity in separate trials taken in the United State ad the United Kingdom.
They said the trials were possible and this could become the end of the pandemic if continues to give positive results. The scientist in Oxford University who have dedicated their time on T-cells which has proven to be a solid way of developing a positive vaccine and according to them, they are “80 percent” sure that they will have a positive vaccine by September.
The developed vaccine has been said to have perform well on 45 volunteers did well during the early-stage study.
Oxford University partnered with a pharmaceutical company called AstraZeneca and according to them, they will mass-produce the vaccine when it is ready.
They further added that the vaccine works in a very tricky way by making the body system believe it has been infected with a virus and with that the body immune system becomes more active and attacks the virus as fast as possible.
One of the UK scientists told ITV News on Wednesday: “An important point to keep in mind is that there are two dimensions to the immune response: antibodies and T-cells.
“Everybody is focused on antibodies but there is a growing body of evidence suggesting that the T-cells response is important in the defense against coronavirus.”