ub8体育平台

<input id="uoa60"><acronym id="uoa60"></acronym></input>
<input id="uoa60"></input>
  • <menu id="uoa60"></menu>
  • <input id="uoa60"></input>
    <menu id="uoa60"></menu><input id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></input>
  • <object id="uoa60"><acronym id="uoa60"></acronym></object>
  • <input id="uoa60"></input>
    <menu id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></menu><input id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></input>
  • <menu id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></menu>
  • <input id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></input>
  • 财新传媒
    财新英文 > 要闻 > 正文

    Even With Massive Funding, Coronavirus Vaccine Isn’t Coming Soon

    2020年02月14日 22:33 来源于 财新网
    可以听文章啦!
    Money can help move development along, but testing safety and efficacy can’t be rushed, infectious disease specialist says
    There have been bold claims about finding a vaccine for the coronavirus, but many researchers harbor doubts about these timelines because assuring a vaccine’s safety and effectiveness cannot be rushed. Photo: VCG

    As the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 continues to ravage Hubei and cause global alarm, many have pinned their hopes on a vaccine — one of the most effective disease-fighting tools.

    Mass inoculations would mean there was no need to rely on quarantine and containment, as they would protect people from the virus before they were exposed.

    版面编辑:喻竹杨洋
    财新私房课
    好课推荐
    
    <input id="uoa60"><acronym id="uoa60"></acronym></input>
    <input id="uoa60"></input>
  • <menu id="uoa60"></menu>
  • <input id="uoa60"></input>
    <menu id="uoa60"></menu><input id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></input>
  • <object id="uoa60"><acronym id="uoa60"></acronym></object>
  • <input id="uoa60"></input>
    <menu id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></menu><input id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></input>
  • <menu id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></menu>
  • <input id="uoa60"><u id="uoa60"></u></input>
  • 01彩票平台

    外围足球软件排行榜

    六福彩票官网站

    恒耀平台

    皇冠足球投注官方网站

    亿博体育平台

    幸运彩票登录平台

    澳门新濠天地博彩官网

    306.com彩票账号注册