| 14.1°C Dublin

Close

Premium


Steady march of science brings hope

Professor Luke O'Neill


Crucial work being done by immunologists will defeat this virus and get our lives back to normal, writes Professor Luke O'Neill

Close

Residents wear masks while walking through the entrance during Wuhan Beer Festival on August 21, 2020 in Wuhan, Hubei, China. As there have been no recorded cases of community transmission in Wuhan since May, life for residents is returning to normal. (Photo by Getty Images)

Residents wear masks while walking through the entrance during Wuhan Beer Festival on August 21, 2020 in Wuhan, Hubei, China. As there have been no recorded cases of community transmission in Wuhan since May, life for residents is returning to normal. (Photo by Getty Images)

Residents wear masks while walking through the entrance during Wuhan Beer Festival on August 21, 2020 in Wuhan, Hubei, China. As there have been no recorded cases of community transmission in Wuhan since May, life for residents is returning to normal. (Photo by Getty Images)

As Covid-19 grinds on, and as we bicker about crowds at sporting events, or limitations on our older people, or scold people who go to Italy, or dig into our Government, guess what?

Immunologists are working away, doing their damnedest to understand more about your one true friend when it comes to fighting Covid-19: your immune system.


Most Watched





Privacy