A coronavirus vaccine could be made available to public in September, says Oxford University professor


Oxford University’s professor of vaccinology Sarah Gilbert has suggested the vaccine her team is working on should work.

She is ‘80% confident’ that the vaccine will end up curing the deadly disease.

The professor also suggests that it could be made available in September ‘if everything goes perfectly,’

The professor of vaccinology for Oxford University, Sarah Gilbert has suggested that a vaccine for the coronavirus could be developed by September.

She suggests that the human trials for the vaccine being developed by her team and herself will begin in two weeks time and she’s quite confident it’ll work out.

Speaking to the Times of London, she said: ‘I think there’s a high chance that it will work based on other things that we have done with this type of vaccine. It’s not just a hunch and as every week goes by we have more data to look at . . . I would go for 80%, that’s my personal view.”



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