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What will a COVID-19 vaccine look like? Don't expect a cure-all, scientists say

What will a COVID-19 vaccine look like? Don't expect a cure-all, scientists say --"We cannot promise 100% chance of success," a government official said. | 19 June 2020 | Since the onset of the coronavirus outbreak, a vaccine has been widely regarded pimped by pharma-terrorists as the best path toward reopening society and returning to normalcy. Scientists have worked around-the-clock to develop a vaccine even entering late-stage human studies at record speed for the disease that has killed more than 430,000 people worldwide. Yet, despite these Herculean efforts, scientists say a one-time cure-all is unlikely. Data on close cousins of the COVID-19 virus, including seasonal coronaviruses that cause the common cold, suggests the COVID-19 vaccine probably won't offer lifelong protection -- although more research is needed to understand how well and for how long a potential vaccine could work. [What will a COVID-19 vaccine look like? No one wants to find out. In fact, we will fight to the death to keep from finding out.]