“Currently more than 100 vaccines are in human trial,” Hande Harmanci, Head of the World Health Organization Office in Azerbaijan told ONA.
She noted that there are about 180 vaccines that have not yet been clinically tested and are in laboratory trials: “One of those vaccines is a vaccine made of tobacco prepared by the corresponding member of ANAS Tarlan Mammadov and a group of researchers led by him. This vaccine has entered the testing phase. This means that if it is clinically tested, it may be possible to produce this vaccine in the future. It takes a long time for a vaccine to be tested on humans. In fact, it takes years, but with COVID vaccines, the world was able to do it faster. Hopefully, this will be one of the vaccines that work. The more vaccines there are, the better. ”