Disease X : British Scientists Are Closed In A High-Security Laboratory Developing A Vaccine Against An Unknown Disease Called “Disease X”

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Authored by Thomas Moore via Sky News

On August 6, 2023, British scientists began developing vaccines as insurance against a new pandemic caused by an unknown disease called “Disease X”. This work was initiated in a high-security laboratory complex. The goal is to protect the public from a possible future pandemic. On August 7, 2023, further articles confirmed that researchers are working on vaccines to protect against a possible pandemic caused by “Disease X”. The new vaccine research center in the UK, which was also inaugurated on the same day, will help scientists prepare for “Disease X” and future pandemics. It is important to note that “Disease X” is an unknown disease and further research is needed to better understand the nature of the disease and to develop effective vaccines.

Il 6 agosto 2023, scienziati britannici hanno iniziato a sviluppare vaccini come assicurazione contro una nuova pandemia causata da una malattia sconosciuta chiamata “Disease X”. Questo lavoro è stato avviato in un complesso di laboratori ad alta sicurezza. L’obiettivo è quello di proteggere il pubblico da una possibile futura pandemia. Il 7 agosto 2023, altri articoli hanno confermato che i ricercatori stanno lavorando su vaccini per proteggere contro una possibile pandemia causata da “Disease X”. Il nuovo centro di ricerca sui vaccini nel Regno Unito, inaugurato lo stesso giorno, aiuterà gli scienziati a prepararsi per “Disease X” e per le future pandemie. È importante notare che “Disease X” è una malattia sconosciuta e che ulteriori ricerche sono necessarie per comprendere meglio la natura della malattia e per sviluppare vaccini efficaci.


UK scientists have begun developing vaccines as an insurance against a new pandemic caused by an unknown “Disease X”.

The work is being carried out at the government’s high-security Porton Down laboratory complex in Wiltshire by a team of more than 200 scientists.

They have drawn up a threat list of animal viruses that are capable of infecting humans and could in future spread rapidly around the world.

Which of them will break through and trigger the next pandemic is unknown, which is why it’s referred to only as “Disease X”.

Professor Dame Jenny Harries, the head of the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), told Sky News: “What we’re trying to do here is ensure that we prepare so that if we have a new Disease X, a new pathogen, we have done as much of that work in advance as possible.

“Hopefully we can prevent it [a pandemic]. But if we can’t and we have to respond, then we have already started developing vaccines and therapeutics to crack it.”

The Vaccine Development and Evaluation Centre at Porton Down has been expanded to take on the work.

Originally, it was focused on COVID and testing the effectiveness of vaccines against new variants.

But scientists at the centre are now involved in monitoring several high-risk pathogens, including bird flu, monkeypox and hantavirus, a disease spread by rodents.

One early success is the world’s first vaccine against Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever, a disease that’s spread by ticks and has a fatality rate of 30%.

Early-stage clinical trials have just started, with 24 volunteers expected to test the jab.

The disease is becoming more common in Europe as global temperatures rise and some travellers have returned to the UK with the infection.

Prof Harries said climate change and population shifts are making another pandemic more likely.

What we’re seeing is a rising risk globally,” she said.

“Some of that is because of things like urbanisation where you may get virus jumping into humans [living close-by], as we’ve seen with bird flu.

“And some of it is because of climate change where you get things like ticks and mosquitoes moving to where it was previously cold and is now becoming increasingly warm.

“So this is a growing risk agenda. But it’s one we can use our science actively to prevent human impact.”

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