Army develops COVID-19 vaccine that may provide protection against all variants

The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) developed a 24-sided object to which it attached various protein spikes from coronavirus variants. The vaccine has completed phase 1 trials, but researchers have yet to test it against the omicron variant, an Army spokesman told Fox News.

Researchers received a sample in early 2020 and focused efforts on developing a vaccine that would work against potential variants. 2 년 후, 그만큼 initial results show promise.

FILE - 직원 하사. Travis Snyder, 왼쪽, receives the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine given at Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington state, 12 월. 16, 2020, south of Seattle. The Army says 98% of its active duty force had gotten at least one dose of the mandatory coronavirus vaccine as of this week’s deadline for the shots. (AP Photo/Ted S.파일생 조수 사육 특권, File)

파일 – 직원 하사. Travis Snyder, 왼쪽, receives the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine given at Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington state, 12 월. 16, 2020, south of Seattle. The Army says 98% of its active duty force had gotten at least one dose of the mandatory coronavirus vaccine as of this week’s deadline for the shots. (AP Photo/Ted S. 야생 조수 사육 특권, 파일)

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