“Since we have had three coronavirus pandemics in the last 18 years, it is time to start working now on a universal coronavirus vaccine so that we are ready for the next pandemic,” said immunologist Anthony Fauci, director of the American Institute of Disease Control. Allergies and Infections (Niaid).
Fauci, citing many data confirming the efficacy and safety of antiCOVID-19 vaccines developed so far, said the news of 2020 was the rapid development of these vaccines.
“It will now be necessary to work on vaccines capable of providing effective protection against all coronaviruses,” he continued.
He added that these universal vaccines should be able to protect the world population from the onset of pandemics due to old and new coronaviruses as well as their variants.