Covid-19 vaccine: 'We could have a normal winter next year'


The scientist behind the first promising coronavirus vaccine trials says he is confident there may be a ”normal winter next year.”

Speaking to the BBC’s Andrew Marr, chief executive of BioNTech Professor Ugur Sahin said the vaccine would reduce transmission of the virus – but some difficult days were still ahead.

He added that so far the side-effects of the Covid-19 vaccine could include a mild to moderate fever, of up to two days.



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