Italy announces the first vaccine
Italy announces the first vaccine

Scientists from different countries of the world are racing to produce a treatment or vaccine that eliminates the emerging corona virus. In this context, a number of scientists in Italy announced that they discovered the first vaccine in the world that can reduce the chances of infection with the emerging corona virus.

Researchers from the drug company Takis Biotech believe that the antibodies produced by mice can prevent humans from contracting the Covid-19 virus, and experts say their production may begin in the fall, according to the British newspaper "Daily Mirror".

"We are the first people in the world so far to have demonstrated neutralization of the emerging virus with a vaccine," said CEO Luigi Orecchio, while researchers injected mice with a transcriptional genetic code, saying the results were excellent.

Tests have also been conducted so far at the Lazzaro Spallanzani National Institute of Infectious Diseases, but the company needs the support of the Italian government and international partners to conduct clinical trials.