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Vaccine race doesn’t stop with Pfizer

John Stanley

It’s hard to imagine an event which has more united the world, than COVID-19, and the virus that causes it – SARS CoV2.

It’s been an invisible worldwide foe which doesn’t discriminate any sex, colour, continent, race or creed.

Equally it has united experts to stop transmission and prevent infection -with Hospitals like Sydney Adventist thrilled that proactive planning has minimised risk ensuring people don’t have to put off healthcare thanks to very obvious and effective screening processes which we’ve seen community wide.

Interestingly while it has been an invisible enemy, those involved in finding an answer and prevention, can ‘see’ COVID-19.

Professor Bill Rawlinson AM is an infectious diseases expert in virology and molecular biology associated with Sydney Adventist Hospital – and Senior Medical Virologist and the Director of Serology and Virology Division at Prince of Wales where the largest number of tests performed in public health laboratories are done.

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