Covid-19, SARS and MERS: "Universal Vaccine" Developed Against All Coronaviruses Will Prevent Pandemics That May Occur In The Future!
Scientists have had great success developing effective and safe vaccines against Covid-19 in less than a year. Now, researchers are working on a universal vaccine that can protect not only against Covid-19, but against all deadly diseases caused by coronaviruses, such as SARS and MERS.
The project, which received an investment of more than 2.5 billion pounds, started human experiments after successful animal experiments. Experts said that the universal vaccine will be effective against the more contagious delta, beta, alpha, and gamma variants of the coronavirus and can prevent possible future pandemics.
The new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) will not be the last coronavirus humanity has faced. For this reason, scientists are already trying to make a single vaccine based on the common characteristics of viruses to stop current and future corona virus-related diseases.
The virus that causes Covid-19 is the third coronavirus to trigger a major international public health crisis in less than two decades, after SARS in 2003 and then MERS in 2009. Since these types of coronaviruses are spread through contact between animals and humans, scientists predict that other diseases from coronaviruses will appear in the future.
A TOTAL INVESTMENT OF 2,5 BILLION STORIES WAS REALIZED!
Earlier this year, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), a global partnership developing vaccines against infectious diseases, launched a £2.5 billion five-year plan to “reduce and even eliminate the risk of future pandemics”.
THIS VACCINE WILL BE EFFECTIVE AGAINST MUTATIONS!
The plan includes a £24m partnership with a US company, VBI Vaccines, to develop a vaccine against all coronavirus variants, including the South African and Brazilian strains considered to be more contagious and deadly.
CEPI, which has received £276m funding from the British government, is also seeking proposals from researchers working on 'all-in-one' vaccines that could protect against a wide range of coronaviruses, including SARS, MERS, and Covid-19.
ANTIBODIES TRIGGERED BY COVID-19 NEUTRALIZED SARS AND MERS!
However, the search for a universal vaccine began in early 2020 when blood samples from people infected with Covid-19 were found to contain antibodies that can neutralize the spike protein of the virus that causes SARS and MERS.