İrem GÖL -TDO- Even though there are currently more than 100 candidate vaccines in the works and more are being added as the time passes, Boris Johnson said “There remains a very long way to go, and I must be frank that a vaccine might not come to fruition. We need to find new ways to control the virus.” Also, the Prime Minister of Italy Guiseppe Conte said the contagion curve might rise again but Italy cannot afford to wait for a vaccine that might be two years in the making.
Business Secretary Alok Sharma said the UK was home to two of the world’s pioneering vaccine research for coronavirus. The projects, at Oxford University and Imperial College London were making good progress at unprecedented speed. But he warned there are no certainties. He said: “We may never find a successful coronavirus vaccine.”
The British government has relaxed some restrictions on outdoor activities in England last week and plans to continue easing rules over the next few months. The President Johnson said: “I know this will not be easy – the first baby steps never are.”