Bill Gates supports seven different COVID-19 vaccines, tested worldwide, by spending billions of dollars. Gates said he preferred to support seven promising vaccines at the same time, rather than supporting each vaccine test individually.
Immunization studies against the new deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic that spread to the world after the appearance of the Wuhan city of the People’s Republic of China and has caused the death of 58,937 people so far continue. Founded in the name of Microsoft’s founder Bill Gates himself and his wife, the foundation is reported to provide billions of dollars in support for seven different promising vaccine trials worldwide.
Gates, who hosted Trevor Noah on Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show’ on Thursday, gave a 22-minute talk about the new coronavirus and the fight against it. It is stated that Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supports seven factories where promising vaccination tests are carried out at the same time, instead of giving support to the vaccine trials one by one.
A few billion dollars will be wasted
Gates, who said that although they would ultimately choose two vaccines, provided financial support to seven trials, Gates argued that they would avoid wasting time. Gates added that they would waste ‘a few billion dollars’ for vaccines that would not be elected for this reason. Gates thinks that, from an economic point of view, spending a few billion dollars to save time is ‘worth it’, given that there are trillions to lose.
When Gates said, “Every month matters,” the CEO of the foundation, Mark Suzman Bill & Melinde, told COVID-19 Therapeutic Accelerator within the Gates Foundation to identify potential owner immunotherapies in the treatment of COVID-19 pandemics to Washington University, Oxford University and La Jolla Immunology Institute last week. he announced he donated $ 20 million for clinical trials to help.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation previously donated $ 100 million to combat coronavirus. Gates, who recently participated in a question-and-answer event, said that it would take up to 10 weeks for the number of cases to decrease throughout the United States, saying, “No one can continue normal operation or be comfortable with isolation until the case decreases.”