December 10, 2021

The Washington Times: "Lab teams race to test vaccines’ strength against omicron variant"

"The answer to the world’s biggest question right now rests in a series of petri dishes at Duke University.

Dr. David Montefiori and his team are growing a pseudovirus batch of the omicron strain that is harmless to humans but can be tested against blood samples from people vaccinated against COVID-19. Their experiments, which focus on the Moderna vaccine, will help the drugmaker and the Biden administration learn whether the shots can fend off the alarming variant of the coronavirus first detected in South Africa."

To read the entire article from The Washington Times, click here.