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24 July

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1. I'm planning to stay at home until a vaccine is developed.
2. Until a vaccine is developed, I'm planning to stay at home.

Are both sentences 1 and 2 above all correct English?
To me, sentence 2 is wrong because "until a vaccine is developed" should structurally belong to this infinitive phrase "to stay at home".
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