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Exploring the Coronavirus Pandemic: Can We Get Excited About A Vaccine Yet?

Video   Nov 13, 2020

 

In the last week, twin announcements from Pfizer and the Gamaleya Institute have suggested a vaccine for COVID-19 could prove effective at cutting infection rates. With only a minimal amount of analysis released, can we get excited about 2021 yet?  We speak to Imperial College London's Anna Blakney to find out more. 

 
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