September 25, 2020


scientists are developing vaccines that are different from the conventional vaccines that we used in the past these are DNA and RNA vaccines this is the first time potentially that they will be approved for use in the general public now they are doing it at radical speeds but who

is gonna get them first my support for vaccines is 100% I am in favor of them so what you're going to hear from here on is a positive point of view for vaccines I'm a doctor and that is important because you need facts and facts that are accurate

and reliable and up-to-date one check my credentials go to the bub section earlier this year Kovac 19 was sequenced that means that we can identify the virus the DNA of the virus and scientists across the world in more than 30 labs right now are working 24/7 to determine

the weaknesses and strengths of the virus the fact that it was sequenced means that a vaccine potentially can't be developed and you're gonna hear me use the word potential many times throughout because it is all potential it is up all in the air right now there is no

certainty but there is a lot of hope and there is a lot of evidence also that there may be the development of a vaccine but that is just a matter of time the difference with kovat 19 and for example the seasonal flu you get seasonal flu we've got

herd immunity against seasonal flu we can vaccine against seasonal flu and we do it every single year and there's scientists they pick out the right type of vaccine so we can get that every single time and protect us to have milder forms of the flu what we're not

protected though is against damn igloo the kind of flu that affects the whole world kovat is very similar in that way that is that there's no protection we don't have a vaccine for it and there are misconceptions of how a vaccine like this of this caliber can work

one of the reasons that I say there is a misconception about how a vaccine works is that it is believed that it's a solution for everything it's an antidote it is a silver bullet and though it isn't very important once we get this vaccine the timing in when

we get it is also very important that means that we have to get it soon if we get it after the virus has already done what it has to do then there's not much use for the vaccine at least for that wave I'll talk about that later when

a vaccine is tested on someone that person now potentially has immunity which means that once they walk out into the community they will be exposed once again to the virus but if there's no virus out there then how will we know it's effective that is one of the

challenges that exists with this new vaccine the other challenge of this vaccine as with any vaccine we are introducing what scientists are introducing a a particle of the virus into another human being well in not in all cases because in some synthetic forms that that doesn't hold true

but there is a potential that other people will become infected while trialing the virus that is a known risk and it is a risk that is necessary because it is one of the ways that they can measure how much vaccine or the dose of vaccine that needs to

be administered and they start with very low levels and then they work their way up until they find a dose that creates immunity but doesn't create the sim the message here is that vaccines are very important they changed the way we respond to viruses so if we get

a vaccine it doesn't mean we're not going to get the virus at all it means that if we get the virus we will get a milder form of the virus it won't affect us as bad so that means that we might not have to go into ITU we

might not get need a ventilator or CPAP or all of these other forms of intervention if vaccines are not a very important they are probably the most important intervention life-saving intervention that medicine has to offer that's why when I hear people that don't want a vaccine I think

that there is clearly a misunderstanding of how important they are and how life-saving they can be another important reason that we need to develop the vaccine is that it doesn't matter if everybody got infected now we have lots of vaccines well well and and everybody had the virus

already it's because there could potentially be a second wave and then in that second wave the vaccine would be vital also there is there is also the technology that goes into developing this vaccine in the UK there are already labs that are making or that that are using

different pathways to find a solution for this and and that means that if one solution doesn't work the other solution might work and and if they both work that also means that they can complement each other so it's really important that all of these labs are working together

and that brings me to the answer of the question who gets the first vaccine scientists right now are battling this at the forefront time to create the vaccine they are battling a common enemy countries all over the world are working together to find a solution instead of fighting

against each other the first vaccine will eventually be developed in a country that country most likely will be the first one to administer the vaccine amongst themselves here in the UK that I know of there are two labs right now there are there are working really hard and

I can only hope politicians can understand that this is a world effort and we have to help everyone in this there can't be a solution that is only for one person one one group of people we need to get this out there as fast as we can that

is 21st century thinking get the solution share it across the world we can't be fighting against each other and just one more thing if you like this video subscribe hit the button subscribe

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