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Your coronavirus questions answered
SAN ANTONIO – Medical experts say the public won’t be safe from coronavirus until a vaccine is developed. But how long will that take?
Viewer SAQ: How long does it usually take to develop a vaccine?
Doctor Larry S. Schlesinger, President and CEO of Texas BioMedical Research Institute, says most vaccines take decades to produce and distribute. Developing a vaccine involves clinical trials, manufacturing and distributing which could take between 10 and 20 years. The fastest a vaccine has been made was the Ebola vaccine which was developed in four years and was successful in stopping the virus in the Congo. The Texas Biomedical Research Institute had a hand in that and Doctor Schlesinger believes a COVID-19 vaccine could be created quicker than that.
“I think we can move faster than we have historically, just by the nature of these groups coming together, but I think it’s going to take …