Connect with us

Health

Fauci: Coronavirus Vaccine Likely Not “Widely Available” Until Several Months Into 2021 – The Motley Fool

The good doctor is somewhat less optimistic than the leading coronavirus vaccine developers about timing.

post featured image
ADVERTISEMENT

Ever the voice of caution through the current pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci on Friday dampened enthusiasm that an effective and approved coronavirus vaccine is only months away.
Instead, he said during an interview with Washington Post journalist Bob Costa on Friday, “I think as we get into 2021, several months in, that you would have vaccine that would be widely available to people in the United States.”
Image source: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Certain companies, in…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

Trending Now

Delaware News52 mins ago

Police Release Details In Middleton Home Invasion, Shots Fired In Delaware City – First State Update

ADVERTISEMENT Days after residents contacted FSU asking about shots fired in Delaware City and a home invasion in Middletown’s Dickerson Farm...

Delaware News53 mins ago

Children feel at home at Stratford

ADVERTISEMENT On the Fall Equinox, 3 inches of rain fell at Stratford Ecological Center on Liberty Road. The next...

Delaware News2 hours ago

A real-life Annabelle? Take a peek at a PA woman’s haunted doll collection — if you dare

ADVERTISEMENT Mary Jo Chudley, founder of the Penn Paranormal Society, believes there are 10 spirits hiding away in dolls she’s...

Delaware News2 hours ago

Prelude Therapeutics on track to get $5.5 million state grant

ADVERTISEMENT A Wilmington area pharmaceutical company that reported a successful stock offering earlier this year got the OK from a...

Delaware News3 hours ago

High schoolers are training to drive 18-wheelers amid a shortage of truck drivers

ADVERTISEMENT When thinking about the trucking industry, the first thing that comes to mind about its drivers is that they...

Delaware News4 hours ago

Girls upset rocks O’Neill Invitational cross-country meet

ADVERTISEMENT St. Mark’s came away with the team title, but Indian River’s Brynn Crandell delivered on last season’s potential, finishing...

Delaware News4 hours ago

OWU prof to discuss ‘Marx’s English Utopia’

ADVERTISEMENT Ohio Wesleyan University professor Mark Allison, Ph.D., will discuss “Karl Marx’s English Utopia” when he presents the 2021-2022...

Delaware News4 hours ago

In Delaware, illegal black-and-white license plates are all around

ADVERTISEMENT This story was originally published on June 10, 2019. In Delaware, black-and-white license plates are coveted as a sign of...

Advertisement

You might also like ...

Article feature image
5 Investigates: Safety bulletin warns first responders about disease spread through rodent urine – WCVB Boston
Article feature image
Half of COVID-19 Patients Experience Lingering Symptoms for Six Months, Says Study – Yahoo Lifestyle