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Despite the fact that there are already several vaccines available against the coronavirus, scientists and researchers around the world work daily to continue developing new cures to stop a disease that has already left 99,225,963 infections and 2,130,179 deceased, according to the latest data published by the University Johns Hopkins.
But while the intentions of the vaccine and drug developers are to end the pandemic, The fatigue and pressure accumulated for almost a year is beginning to be noticed among those who seek daily solutions to end COVID-19.
Responsible “stressed and exhausted”
Specifically, in the Peruvian laboratory Farvet, workers have given up on developing a coronavirus vaccine because those responsible are “stressed and exhausted” after having announced his immunization during the antidote testing stage. Something that they later denied.
“I am really very stressed and exhausted by this situation, so we have agreed today with Dr. Mirko (Zimic), only to finish the corresponding research work in animals”explained to the newspaper Trade Manolo Fernandez, laboratory manager.
“If someone wants to finish the project, we give it to them”
“We are going to present the progress in an international publication. If there is someone who wants to finish the project, we give it to them, but Farvet will not continue to continue in these projects because unfortunately there are more problems than benefits “he added.
Manolo Fernández declared in the media that he had been immunized with his own vaccine, something that generated great controversy and expectation in Peru since, to date, no specialized center in the country has managed to reach the testing stage. After giving the news of the discontinuation of the drug, Farvet’s manager has clarified that he was not vaccinated and that his previous statements were a mistake.
No person in charge was immunized with the drug in tests
“We have never been vaccinated, we cannot be vaccinated because a permit from an Ethics Committee is required. We know that. It was enough for me to say, by mistake, I was vaccinated, so that the Peruvians immediately censured me “, he concluded.
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