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With richer countries having bought up most of the leading western vaccines, others are looking to India, China and Russia for supplies.
A COVID-19 vaccine that prevents both the disease and viral transmission is the aim. Until then, here is what we need to do.4 min read
We still don’t know if current vaccines prevent people from transmitting the virus to others. Here is why that matters in 2021.
With vaccine shortages looming, experts are debating whether it is important to receive two doses or whether it is better to give one dose to more people and give a second when the supply is better.
More than 2.5 billion doses have been ordered worldwide of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, providing a ray of hope in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
As vaccination begins to take effect, what we will be able to do will change – but the transformation will be slow.
Even if you get vaccinated, you will still wear a mask, work from home if you can, and practice social distancing for many months.