The More Covid-19 Vaccines, the Merrier

We’ll probably end up with a few coronavirus vaccines, not just one. Read Article

NYT

Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Promising Early Results in China

A trial with 108 participants suggests the vaccine is safe and may be moderately effective. But experts noted that the approach has failed in the past. Read Article

popsci

Studies in monkeys show that coronavirus immunity holds up in vaccine treatments

The findings bode well for our prospects of developing a vaccine for COVID-19. Read Article

This Was a Big Week in Coronavirus Immunity

There’s lots of new information on how our bodies cope with Covid-19. Read Article

NPR

New Studies Show That A Coronavirus Vaccine Might Be Protective Of The Virus

Three studies published Wednesday suggest it should be possible to come up with a coronavirus vaccine — tests performed on animals have shown the right results to prove the vaccine’s efficacy. See Article

 

Boston Researchers Find That Vaccines Protect Against Coronavirus, at Least in Monkeys

A working vaccine is widely seen as necessary for life to return to something resembling what it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. Read Article

Coronavirus: Top labs see real progress on immunity, vaccine

Researchers at Harvard’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston say their studies on monkeys suggest recovering from COVID-19 could give immunity from reinfection. See Article

Monkey trials at Harvard Medical School show promising vaccine results

Researchers at Harvard Medical School revealed stunning news on Wednesday, after they immunized 25 rhesus monkeys using DNA vaccines.  Read Article