The coronavirus is spreading rapidly across numerous states in the US, and most people are completely over hearing about the virus by now, so when will it all end?
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, recently answered that question, and his answer wasn't something to get excited about. There are many coronavirus vaccines in development, and if anything is going to curb the virus at this stage, it's going to be a wide-spread rollout of an effective vaccine.
Fauci said to CBS News when he expects normal life will return in the US, "The timetable you suggested of getting into 2021, well into the year, then I can think with a successful vaccine - if we could vaccinate the overwhelming majority of the population - we could start talking about real normality again. But it is going to be a gradual process." Hopes have been laid at the feet of the vaccine manufacturers, and at the moment, there are two potential vaccines entering Phase 3 - the last phase of testing, more on that here.
Bill Gates recently revealed how many shots people are most likely going to have to get to acquire immunity against COVID-19, more on that here.
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