Fauci: Chances of Developing a Highly Effective Coronavirus Vaccine ‘Not Great’

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Dr. Anthony Fauci on Friday said it’s highly unlikely a coronavirus vaccine with 98 percent effectiveness will be developed.

Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said a vaccine that is 50 percent or 60 percent effective would be acceptable, although 75 percent would be preferred.

“The chances of it being 98 percent effective is not great, which means you must never abandon the public health approach,” Fauci said during a Q&A with Brown University School of Public Health.

“You’ve got to think of the vaccine as a tool to be able to get the pandemic to no longer be a pandemic, but to be something that’s well-controlled,” Fauci said.

The FDA said it would only authorize a coronavirus that is at least 50 percent effective. FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn in July said that a COVID-19 vaccine that ultimately gets approved will have more than 50 percent effectiveness. He added that the vaccine may reduce coronavirus infections by only 50 percent.

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{Matzav.com}

3 COMMENTS

  1. Okay, so now let’s concentrate on finding treatments and/or cures for the virus. Doctors have been coming up with evidence over the last few months, now launch formal research on the possible treatments. Just do it right, no changing the protocols and then claiming they don’t work. (In other words, prescribe HCQ alongside the zinc, with and without the Z pack or other antibiotic, as soon as the individual is diagnosed, and don’t wait till he’s a גוסס and then give him a massived dosage of HCQ, w i t h o u t the zinc, and watch his heartbeat become irregular. Too late, too much = intentionally botched “research.”

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