Fri 28 Aug, 2009 05:27 am
Findings suggest that doctors are very close to develop a vaccine by September end. A vaccine that will prevent swine flu, similarly on the lines of polio, where children are administered with a polio vaccine. presently, swine flu patients are administered with Tamiflu, a vaccine to deal with swine flu.Now my question is will doctors be able to develop such vaccine, a swine flu preventive vaccine? Edit [Moderator]: Link removed
The vaccine has already been developed, it just hasn't been produced in sufficient quantities to roll out to the general public. Last estimate I heard was that it would be ready in October.
We'll be getting several million doses by the end of September...
France and the UK got the first 100,000 doses today.
In France, all French can get vaccinated from September 28 onwards.
(In Germany, this will happen a couple of weeks later.)
Thanks for letting me know, Engineer. I knew it was around the corner, but I was not sure about how they are making things happen
great piece of information, Walter. Thanks.