There is no evidence to support whether a successful COVID-19 vaccine would return life to normal in the spring of 2021.
The World Health Organization does not recommend self-medication with any medication, including antibiotics, as a prevention or cure for COVID-19. There are several ongoing clinical trials of both western and traditional medicines. More than 150 countries are engaged in it. Seventy-five countries showed interest in protecting their populations and have joined the COVAX Advance Market Commitment that facilitates fast access to COVID-19 vaccines worldwide.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that getting a flu vaccine during 2020-2021 will be more critical than ever, and the flu vaccines will not prevent COVID-19. Still, they will reduce the burden of flu illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths on the health care system and conserve scarce medical resources to care for people with the infection. The preventive actions recommended to reduce the spread of flu are to avoid close contact with the sick people regularly, clean hands frequently and thoroughly, and avoid touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.
However, the COVID-19 vaccine still in the development stages, and it is too early to determine the exact results this vaccine may provide
The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to a lot of potentially dangerous misinformation. For reliable advice on COVID-19 including symptoms, prevention and available treatment, please refer to the World Health Organisation or your national healthcare authority.