Still, the delays will be too much for most of the world.True.Of course, the spread of the disease will be finite (i.e. not instantaneous), so that would have to be factored into the 'need' equation, I would think.As you say, it's an improvement. If we can deploy that capability on a larger scale (building more plants) that will help. Also, this new technique may have room for improvement. We may get even more out of it in a few years than we can now.Which will be of little consolation to the (probably) millions who will die before the bug can be isolated, a vaccine developed, and distribution can occur. I'm no expert, but I expect the isolating is probably the easiest of the steps (and it's likely not that easy).1poorguy
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