Scientific latest technology from the US to Australia as part of a multi-million dollar ambitious campaign to develop a vaccine to combat the outbreak of the corona virus outbreak in China as soon as possible Are using The new virus has spread rapidly since its introduction in China last year, killing more than 800 people in the mainland and infecting more than 37,000. Corona virus cases have also been reported in many other countries. It usually takes years to prepare any vaccine and it tests on animals.
There is a long process to obtain clinical trials and regulatory approvals on humans, but many teams of experts worldwide are trying to develop a vaccine for the corona virus as soon as possible. The move has the support of an international-level coalition and Australian scientists hope to have their vaccine ready within six months. A senior researcher at the University of Queensland,
Australia, said, "This is a situation of extreme pressure and we have a lot of responsibility." He said he had "some comfort" in knowing that many teams in the world are engaged in the same work. They said, "Hopefully, one of these will be successful and help prevent the outbreak." Given the spread of the virus, the six-month time limit seems too much. It is believed that the virus has started spreading from a market selling wild animals which is killing about 100 people every day in China.