There may never be a "silver bullet" to beat coronavirus, the head of the World Health Organisation has warned.
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said while work on an "effective" vaccine is underway in several countries, a perfect one to end the pandemic may never be found.
Across the globe, 690,624 people have died with COVID-19 and more than 18.1 million have been infected with the disease, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
Of those, 46,295 deaths and 307,251 infections have been recorded in the UK.
Despite some nations having cleared their first waves, there are fears of a resurgence
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