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WHO States 8 Covid-19 vaccine candidates in clinical trial

A total of eight vaccine applicants for Covid-19 are from the clinical trial while the other 110 have been in a variety of phases of development throughout the planet, based on World Health Organisation (WHO) data.

As things stand, many nations like the US, and China have announced tentative dates when they intend to acquire a vaccine prepared.

On Saturday, Chinese health officer, Zhang Wenhong explained a powerful vaccine against the coronavirus could be administered to people as early as March at 2021.

“There are uncertainties in creating vaccines. Coronaviruses, such as MERS and SARS, haven’t seen a particularly dependable one to date… that the very best situation is that should a lot of the vaccines which folks are making is progressing and effective relatively quickly, it ought to be accessible whenever you can from March to June the next year,” Zhang was quoted from the Global Times.

“I believe we will have a vaccine from the end of the calendar year,” Trump said in a Fox News virtual city hall. “We will have a vaccine considerably sooner instead of later.”

Like the world leaders continue to reevaluate the date of vaccine, Covid-19 continues to influence the world with more than 4.6 million impacted by the virus and over 311,425 deaths.