Cobervax: World’s First Patent-Free COVID-19 Vaccine

Is COVID-19 vaccine it could be manufactured worldwide and put on the market cheaply and without legal retaliation. It’s called Cobervax and it’s nicknamed “the world’s Covid vaccine.”

That is, instead of being produced for profit, this vaccine could be manufactured worldwide and put yourself on the market cheaply and without legal retaliation. Its developers, scientists at Texas Children’s Hospital have made it clear: they are not trying to make money, “we just want more people to get vaccinated.”

If you want to know more about booster doses of Covid-19 vaccines, below AmericanPost.News He shares with you the details of the first vaccine in the world that will be released patent-free.

Patent Free COVID-19 Vaccine

Patent Free COVID-19 Vaccine

Clinical data on the efficacy of this COVID-19 vaccine are still scarce. According to Texas Children’s Hospital, the new vaccine has an efficiency of at least 90% against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Compared to the Delta variant, this effectiveness is reduced to 80%.

For its part, Biological E. has stated that it has completed two phase 3 clinical trials with this vaccine. More than 3,000 people across India have participated in them. One of them has concluded that Corbevax is more than 80% effective against symptomatic disease.

The company has not released the underlying data. Even so, its creators consider it an effective alternative to mRNA vaccines. These are expensive and in limited supply, protected by Big Pharma.

This patent-free “second generation” Covid-19 vaccine was developed by Peter Hotez and Maria Elena Bottazzi of Texas Children’s Hospital. In order to do so, Hotez and Bottazzi had a US government aid of $ 7 million from investors, mostly private.

This figure contrasts with the 4.1 billion that were invested for the development of the Moderna vaccine. Biological E. was subsequently licensed to manufacture through a marketing team at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, where both developers also work.

India and Bottazzi have started talks with other manufacturers around the world. They have even consulted the World Health Organization to see how they can share the vaccine globally. If all goes according to plan, manufacturers around the world could produce their own versions of the vaccine.

What coronavirus vaccines are available now?



The COVID-19 vaccines of Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson (J&J) are, so far, the only products available to people in the United States.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines over the single-shot version of the J&J vaccine because it has been linked to a rare but serious blood clotting disorder.

However, J & J’s COVID-19 vaccine will continue to be available to people who are “unable or unwilling to receive the mRNA vaccine,” the CDC said in a statement issued Dec. 16.

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