Dr. Moncef Slaoui, former Chairman of Vaccines, GSK
Right now, there are at least twenty different companies around the world scrambling to develop a vaccine for the deadly coronavirus. But experts say getting one of those vaccines to market could take up to eighteen months. Or even longer… as in the case of Ebola. That outbreak occurred in 20-14, but the first F-D-A approved vaccine didn’t come out until December 20-19– five years later.