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3 to 4 years needed to develop vaccine for Wuhan pneumonia strain: Expert | Video

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As Singapore's first suspected case of the Wuhan pneumonia virus turned out to be a false alarm, an infectious diseases expert tells CNA there is currently no vaccine against the little known strain and that it would take at least three to four years to develop one.
As Singapore's first suspected case of the Wuhan pneumonia virus turned out to be a false alarm, an infectious diseases expert tells CNA there is currently no vaccine against the little known strain and that it would take at least three to four years to develop one.

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