“Any time you develop a vaccine, you always remember, you always have a question that you may not get an effective vaccine. Even if you do everything right and you do everything on time, there’s no guarantee you’re going to have an effective vaccine.
“So when we talk about having a vaccine that might be available in December or January, that’s assuming that the vaccine is actually effective. If so, you could have 100 million doses by the end of the year and maybe a couple of hundred million doses by the beginning of next year.
“I mean that’s aspirational. The companies think that they can do that with the right financial backing.” – Dr. Anthony Fauci, in an interview in when he declined to comment on Trump taking an unproven malaria drug.