5/14/2020, 5:05 PM (Source: TeleTrader)
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Bright: Vaccine will take longer than 18 months

Immunologist-turned-whistleblower Dr. Richard Bright said on Thursday that developing a vaccine for the novel coronavirus will most likely last longer than the usually cited 16-18 months.

Speaking before a House panel on Capitol Hill, Bright said that these kinds of vaccines usually take up to 10 years to develop, while some have been known to have been developed much quicker during emergencies.

Still, the time frame of 16-18 months is "very aggressive" and would only work if "everything goes perfect," which rarely happens, according to Bright.

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