In a new report, researchers from the University of New South Wales have found that there is no universal method for using the cold medicine that was previously used to vaccinatine the world’s pandemic.
The report was published online on the same day as the World Health Organisation (WHO) report on vaccine effectiveness in 2016.
The researchers used a method called ‘cold inoculation’ that is widely used to inoculate newborns with a shot of a cold medicine.
Cold inoculation has been shown to be a good strategy for developing vaccines against a wide range of diseases, from malaria to influenza, but it has also been criticised for having limited use in areas where people live in low-lying areas.
Dr John Rafferty from the Centre for Infectious Diseases at UNSW said the new study showed there was no universal vaccine for preventing COVID-19.
“It’s really good to see there’s been a significant shift in the vaccine design, but there’s no universal way to inoculum for this,” he said.
Dr Rafferter said there was a need for a universal way of inoculating children and pregnant women, and there was little information on how to do it.
He said it was important to take the time to understand what you’re getting into and where it’s going.
The new study was the first to test the efficacy of a method developed by Dr John Gorman, a professor of infectious diseases at the University Of New South Sydney.
Dr Gorman’s method uses a combination of two different types of vaccines, one containing a cold-contaminated vaccine and one that has no vaccine at all.
The scientists found that if a child or pregnant woman were to receive a cold vaccine from a vaccine company, it could prevent COVID in the body and in the fetus.
But if they were given a vaccine that had no vaccine, they would not have any protection from COVID.
Dr Michael Beaumont from the Australian Centre for Vaccine Research said the findings showed that it was very important to be aware of the different vaccines that you are getting, and to be careful about how much and when you get them.
“We’re still waiting for the coronavirus vaccines to come out,” he told the ABC.
“This is an important milestone, and it’s important that we’re really understanding the mechanisms of how they work.”
In some cases, Dr Beaumon said, the vaccine could actually help people with COVID because it would prevent them from developing the virus themselves.
“The real question is, are you actually going to be able to get this vaccine for people?” he said, “and if you are, do you really want to risk developing COVID if you don’t have that vaccine?”