As the nations are struggling hard to battle against the pandemic, around 80 groups throughout the world have been working at a rapid pace to come up with the Covid-19 vaccine to take over the infection validated by impeccable efforts. At present, the count for such dormant vaccines stands at 111 which are through various stages of clinical trials.
The first COVID-19 vaccine gets claimed by Italy
Recently, Italian scientists have reported about the development of a conceivable vaccine to generate antibodies in mice that will successfully work on human cells. It was tested in the Spallanzani Hospital in Rome while further claims have surfaced stating, it is in one of the most improved stages of testing which will neutralize the SARS-CoV-2 in the human cells. Sounds reliable now! Well, the time has to confirm the progress.
What about Israel’s milestone?
If you know, yesterday Israeli Defence Minister Naftali Bennett declared with pride, that the country has celebrated a new juncture in the evolution of coronavirus vaccine where Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) flourished a monoclonal neutralising antibody in its appreciated attempt to counteract the virus in the body of the infected individuals efficaciously.
Before that, however, Oxford University kick-started phase-1 of a human clinical trial of its vaccine on April 23 by injecting two volunteers while the result is yet to arrive a final note.
India might soon make its debut on the same road
Now, coming back to India’s initiatives when Prime Minister Narendra Modi evaluated the status in the development of a vaccine for the contagion on Tuesday, it was concluded that 30 vaccines are awaited to hit the path which are through different stages.
Last but not the least, let’s hope for the best, if not soon, might be sometime later.