I remember someone here shared the notion that x white people had to get the disease to get a vaccination underway.
Leaving aside the "x white body count" shit (remember, most of the work so far has been on the basis of fears of weaponised EBV), you do realise that before you can have a vaccination programme, you firstly need to have a vaccine that works, with a reasonable degree of safety and efficacy (so trials are unavoidable) ; then you need to produce large quantities of the vaccine (GSK estimate that this step is going to take a year ; this is their business, so I accept their estimate of the timing) ; and then you're going to need to ship it and distribute it, which is also going to take weeks to months.
However many white bodies we are from an effective vaccine, we're also on the order of a year from a vaccine.
Is there actually a law of nature that requires there to be a vaccine for a particular virus. I don't see that there is, of necessity.