Future variants could be tackled with greater certainty, says expert made CBE

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  • Peter Openshaw
    British physician

Scientists should be able to deal with future variants of Covid-19 with “much greater certainty” and vaccines might eventually give protection against some common colds, an expert honoured for his work has said. Professor Peter Openshaw said “vast” knowledge had been gained since the coronavirus pandemic hit as to how to treat people with respiratory viruses, describing the past two years as a “very intensive period”.

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