Report: UPMC discusses possible vaccine for COVID-19

Staff Report
This is the UPMC logo on the UPMC Building in downtown Pittsburgh,Monday, Oct. 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Researchers from UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh on Thursday discussed a potential vaccine for COVID-19, Cumberland Times-News in Maryland reported. 

Louis Falo, professor and chair of dermatology of the Pitt School of Medicine and UPMC, said a bandage-like patch with micro needles would release a vaccine into the body and produce adequate antibodies to neutralize the virus.

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