A potential vaccine for the COVID-19 virus is being discussed among health care officials from UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh. The bandage-like patch, with micro needles, would release a vaccine into the body and produce antibodies to neutralize the virus. According to Louis Falo, the professor and chair of dermatology, with the Pitt School of Medicine and UPMC, says the vaccine would deliver low doses of an antigen and be effective for all age groups. While there is no timeline for the vaccine to be ready, plans are to quickly produce the vaccine at a centralized location.