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How Scientists Are Trying to Develop a Coronavirus Vaccine| WSJ

Scientists racing to find a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus are hoping a cutting-edge approach called “rapid response platforms” will quickly yield a breakthrough. WSJ’s Jason Bellini explains what these are and how they work. Photo: NIAID

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    Winnie the pooh : coronavirus
    Modern pooh : Kung Flu
    Ultra Modern : Winnie the Flu ft. Wuhan

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    Ask bill gates he owned it ☠

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    Hoping there's one before I got contaminated.

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    Karen is about to be very conflicted about what’s more effective

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    The question that people are not answering is that if the Chinese have been eating bats for years or centuries, how come the virus had not been passed on to the people that eat bats until now???

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    You could have thought that communities that have been eating bats and other wild games for years should have developed immunity against these viruses by now given the long period of exposure

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    show how scientists made coronavirus

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    All hype. China gets a new strain of the flu in the whole world freaks out like it's some death plague coming to their country. Stop being stupid. But then again, I guess I'm asking for too much.

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    Summary: They're working on it. No breakthroughs yet.

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    American created this biological weapon virus for China to destroy its economy 🤷🏻‍♂️

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    Probably people older than 30 will understand, people under 30 get lost when they hit the cassette tape player example, why? Because they have no idea what a cassette tape player is! A CD player may be more suitable.

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    There no vaccine for the common cold. it's just the flu!

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    Dear anti-vaxxers, now is your chance to go to China and prove us all wrong.

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    What we DESPERATELY need is a vaccine against all viruses. I know they are working on it. A cure for the common cold would be very welcome…

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    The official death toll of this virus has surpassed 1100 and is almost definitely going to surpass the official death toll of the 2003 SARS outbreak. There are also 60000 confirmed cases of infection and who-knows-how-many unconfirmed cases. This is the consequence of the suppression of information. I hope all of us can learn this lesson, but I don't think we will.

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    16 weeks to develop, but don't forget the 3-6 months to test…

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    Clicked for the pleasant synth music

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