Professor Adam Kleczkowski
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New variants will push the number needed to reach herd immunity up.
As vaccination begins to take effect, what we will be able to do will change – but the transformation will be slow.
The results of the Pfizer vaccine trial are highly promising. But the road to eradicating the coronavirus is likely to be long and difficult.
We’ll achieve herd immunity when 60% of the population is immune to COVID-19. No, wait, make it 70%. Or is it 80%?
Germany’s resurgent R number is largely down to a localised outbreak. The country’s new local lockdown is a warning not a disaster.
A vaccine is at least a year away, but we need to start thinking about how we will roll it out now.