Fossil: Pfizer’s 90% vaccine efficacy rate ‘extraordinary’
- Pharmaceutical company Pfizer said its vaccine was discovered on Monday Will be more than 90% In the successful final stage of clinical trials.
- Dr. Anthony Fucci, the country’s leading epidemiologist, called the reported performance rate “extraordinary.”
- While Monday’s results indicate a step forward, the vaccine needs to be approved Widely distributed to the public To return to the normal state of life.
Dr. Anthony Fucci, the country’s leading epidemiologist, expressed excitement at the news that the Pfizer vaccine was found to be more than 90% effective.
Fucci said the drug company’s 90% efficacy of the vaccine was “extraordinary” and that it would “have a major impact on everything we do about Govt.” HIV Prevention Test Network.
“This is a good day for the medical application of biomedical research and biomedical research,” he said, adding that “this is very good news.”
Fossie said the vaccine, developed by MRNA candidate Moderna, could also indicate positive results because it “checks the MRNA site”.
This “greatly checks” the spike protein as an immune response target, which is important because it targets “every other vaccine” except the one from Moderna. Fossie said STAT As a result, it gives us more confidence in “what we’re going to do with other vaccines over the next several months.”
On Monday, Pfizer announced the presence of the corona virus vaccine in its test More than 90% In the final stages of clinical trials.
This high efficacy rate shows high confidence in a safe and effective vaccine, The path to default is still a long way off.
Pfizer said Additional data are waiting to reach the “required safety milestone” before applying for emergency approval, which they say will happen later this month.
Even after it is approved, it will take some time for the vaccine to become widely available to the public, so People should be expected to wear masks And social distance from adequate population until they acquire immunity to the disease.
Joe Biden elected President He hailed the development, but noted that “there are still many months to get vaccinated widely in this country.”