The coronavirus pandemic wages on, and scientists and public health experts say the only way for it to come to an end is to develop, produce and distribute a vaccine as soon as possible.
As countries around the world scramble for a potential vaccine, with over 100 currently in development, there’s no clear indication of how soon one will be ready, let alone how it will be mass-produced for the world at large.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, looking at the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.
- Jared Hopkins, reporter, The Wall Street Journal
- Linda Saif, PhD., co-director of the Virus and Emerging Pathogens Program at The Ohio State University
- Dr. Robert Frenck, director of the Gamble Program for Clinical Research, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, one of the leading vaccine evaluation centers in the United States
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