People who are reading this right now are fully familiar with the horror, coronavirus has brought to the world. Millions of people dying, loss of jobs, and crippling economies. One of the worst nightmares which are our current reality, after the ebola virus. And if it wasn’t worse enough. CEO of serum institute of India. Adar Poonawalla said that not enough vaccines will be available for everyone to be administered. Until the end of 2024 at the earliest.
However many advanced countries are researching and coming up with the vaccine of the virus as we speak. Making it available for people all around the globe which includes Russia and China. Adar doesn’t believe the credibility of this claim and has his insight on how things work. Do you think Adar is telling the truth? Read on more to know more about Adar’s claims and why there won’t be any vaccine for everyone until the end of 2024.
Adar shares his opinion on the vaccine and how it’s not plausible?
In an interview, Adar told, “It’s going to take four or five years until everyone gets the vaccine on this planet”. Poonawalla says which he deducted through his calculative possibility that the COVID-19 shot is a two-dose vaccine. For example ‘rotavirus’ and ‘measles’ the world will need 15 billion doses for curing everyone.
The Pune based serum institute has partnered with five international global pharmaceuticals companies. Including Novavax and AstraZeneca. In the pursuit of developing the vaccine and the goal of producing a total of 1 billion COVID shots. Which half of it has been promised to India? Chances are the firm that is also going to join hands with the Russian Gamaleya Research Institute to develop the Sputnik vaccine.
“I know people are restless and scared and the whole world wants to be optimistic about it. But I have never heard of anyone coming even a little closer to that which they claim”. Poonawalla said through a video call from London.
His thoughts in his conclusion cast serious doubts on the politicians. Who is claiming the vaccine to be administered to everyone in the next month! With a rising concern that the pre-order of the vaccine from the U.S and Europe will leave developing countries in the dry.