Polio vaccine could aid coronavirus fight
As it turns out, the polio vaccine could help defend against COVID-19. Scientists think the vaccine could provide a temporary immune boost that would give the body time to develop antibodies not just for polio, but for COVID-19 as well.
CASE WE JUST REPORTED. WE WANT TO LEAVE YOU SPEAKING OF THE CORONAVIRUS WITH A POEM NEW WAY TO FIGHT OFF THAT VIRUS ALREADY IN CIRCULATION. AS IT TURNS OUT THE POLO VACCINE COULD HELP DEFEND AGAINST COVID-19. SCIENTISTS THINK THE VACCINE COULD PROVIDE A TEMPORARY IMMUNE BOOST THAT WOULD GIVE THE BODY TIME TO DEVELOP ANTI BODIES NOT JUST FOR POLO BUT FOR COVID-19 AS WELL. EXPERTS ARE HOPING TO START CLINICAL TRIALS TO PROVE THEIR HSM POTTED SISTER SAMANTHA WHICH COULD HELP PEOPLE FIGHT THE VIRUS UNTIL A VACCINE OF COVID-19 IS CREATED.