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Why It’ll Still Take More Than a Year to Develop a COVID-19 Vaccine

Why It’ll Still Take More Than a Year to Develop a COVID-19 Vaccine

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Experts say past research has helped speed up the process for a COVID-19 vaccine, but new potential products still have to get through some time-consuming scientific steps. Getty Images
  • Past research is helping speed up the search for a COVID-19 vaccine, but the approval process will probably still take 18 months to 2 years.
  • Experts note that potential vaccines still need to go through a rigorous three-phase clinical trial process.
  • Experts add that it’s important for the scientific community to “underpromise and overdeliver” on COVID-19 vaccines so they don’t raise the public’s hopes prematurely.

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What It’s Like to Have a ‘Mild’ Case of COVID-19

What It’s Like to Have a ‘Mild’ Case of COVID-19

COVID-19 symptoms can vary widely in different people, ranging from deadly pneumonia to a loss of smell, or even no symptoms. Many people report mild symptoms initially before more severe fever and coughing. While 80 percent of cases are estimated to be mild, they can...

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Why It’ll Still Take More Than a Year to Develop a COVID-19 Vaccine

Share on PinterestExperts say past research has helped speed up the process for a COVID-19 vaccine, but new potential products still have to get through some time-consuming scientific steps. Getty ImagesPast research is helping speed up the search for a COVID-19...

What It’s Like to Have a ‘Mild’ Case of COVID-19

COVID-19 symptoms can vary widely in different people, ranging from deadly pneumonia to a loss of smell, or even no symptoms. Many people report mild symptoms initially before more severe fever and coughing. While 80 percent of cases are estimated to be mild, they can...

COVID-19 Poses a Higher Risk for People with Asthma: What You Can Do

Share on PinterestExperts say people with asthma should be aware of their higher risk of illness and should continue to take their medications. Getty ImagesExperts say people with asthma don’t face a higher risk of contracting COVID-19, but they do face a higher risk...