Highly acclaimed singer, Dolly Parton never misses the opportunity to help others, feels happy to be part of vaccine success which is prepared to combat COVID-19.
In April 2020, the star announced she was donating $1 million to help medical staff at Nashville’s private research school Vanderbilt University to find a cure for coronavirus, and it has now been declared that they teamed up with officials at U.S. pharmaceuticals from Moderna, who announced their vaccine on Monday, 16th November 2020.
It is said that the two-dose of vaccine “mRNA-1273” is 95% effective to combat the COVID-19, according to results from the latest three trials, and Dolly feels proud to be a part of this race as she invested money to facilitate the research department.
On Tuesday, she appeared on the U.S breakfast show Today, and she was excited to share that her money helped the research department to prepare a vaccine that helps to prevent COIVD-19. She also went on to say that let’s just hope we find a cure real soon.