"Breakthrough From Israel’s MIGAL Research Institute in Development of Corona virus (COVID-19) Vaccine", Galilee Research Institute (27 February 2020)
OK, well this sounds hopeful. Amidst all the doom and gloom in the media, here is a short news article coming out of Israel's Galilee Research Institute that says they've been working on vaccine research in a way that might just turn out to be helpful for developing a coronavirus vaccine in a matter of months.
Of course, being not the slightest bit qualified to judge such research, I can't tell you whether or not this has anything to it. But I share it with you simply because, well, we need to hear something hopeful, don't we? So, why did the BBC not mention this in their piece—"Coronavirus: How close are we to a vaccine?"—published several days later (5th March)?