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Scientists from Israel develop vaccine to fight coronavirus

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Scientists in Israel have said that within weeks of developing an oral vaccine that will overcome the deadly Coronavirus, after they have successfully found a vaccine for a similar virus that infects poultry.

The scientists at the Galilee Research Institute (MIGAL) reported that they are already working on creating a vaccine against the infectious bronchitis virus found in poultry (IBV), and tested it on animals at the veterinary institute, where oral vaccination experiments on animals demonstrated the rise of antibodies to the poultry virus ( IBV), inside infected bodies after vaccination.

Scientists say they can adjust the vaccine system to match the deadly Corona virus for humans, and all they have to do is adjust the system according to a new sequence that is compatible with the human Coronavirus.

One of the institute’s doctors added that the scientists have come halfway through the development process, and if the process succeeds, Israel will have a vaccine to prevent coronavirus within a few weeks.

The Institute is also currently in extensive discussions with potential partners that may help accelerate the stage of internal experiences and organizational activities, in order to quickly complete the final product.

Globally, the coronavirus has killed at least 2705 people, infected more than 80,000, and has spread to more than twenty countries.

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