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The Coronavirus is killing more and more people, and in the meantime, everyone is hoping for a cure so we can stop worrying about people being infected by the disease and dying of it. However, CEO and medical microbiologist Jan Groen of the vaccine Research and Development institute Intravacc in Science Park Utrecht expects that it will still take at least one and a half to two years before a vaccine is available. “If you want to offer the vaccine, you have to be sure that it is good. You can’t skip any steps.”

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