Greetings dear friends of the @Project.HOPE community, writing about Covid-19 has become tedious, to the point that both writers and readers find it extremely uncomfortable to mediate points of view, in spite of this, in my particular case I like to keep abreast of all scientific events related to the strategies and research results that have been and are being developed to counteract the advance of this deadly virus.
In this sense, scientific research related to Covid-19 has not ceased since the World Health Organization declared the Coronavirus pandemic, since scientists have put all their intellect and effort to create conditions that serve to have a fairly broad vision of the virus and thus access to biological data to counteract the virus and reduce the number of deaths on a global scale.
Fig. 2 The scientific community has created conditions for a fairly broad view of the virus. Image of public domain, Author: Fernando Zhiminaicela, 2020
However, despite the fact that the scientific community has put all its intellect and effort into counteracting the virus, something that overshadows these results is the outdated action of the states and local health organizations in most of the most affected countries, both in terms of the number of infections and deaths.
An example of this is that the scientific community, since the World Health Organization declared the Coronavirus pandemic, has always stated that it was unlikely to have a vaccine against Covid-19 within a year, since it would take several years to develop an effective vaccine and then produce it on a large scale.
Paradoxically, the states and the pharmaceutical industry ignored the positions of the scientific community, and a race to develop vaccines and compete early in the market was unleashed, with the sole objective of obtaining the highest possible profitability in an unhealthy competition between pharmaceutical companies.
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 Oluwatoyin M COVID- 19 Vaccines: The Science, Myths and Realities. Conference: Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria Annual General Meeting. 2021. Article: Online access
 Nania R., and Crouch M 7 Myths About Coronavirus Vaccines. 2021. Article: Online access