How much could take the vaccine for the coronavirus? The UNAM responds


The vaccine against the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 will be ready in approximately a year; while there are the prototypes, they must first go through testing phases, informed the researcher of the Institute of Biotechnology of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Susana López Charretón.

“The vaccines must go through several phases of testing, to see if they are inocúas, if they induce protective immunitythe doses to be used, the type of patients to which we can apply,” he told the Journal Millennium

The researcher also explained that the process to have a vaccine take at least a year, as it passes through various stages of research and tests to know the dose of the patients.

“When we hear that there are already vaccines, what we have are prototypes and it is estimated that the shortest time so that we have a vaccine is going to be at least a year, if it is one of these prototypes is chosen,” he concluded

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