Coronavirus Vaccine Expected As Soon As Early Next Year, Says Scientist Working With Pfizer
President Trump said during Thursday night’s debate that a coronavirus vaccine is “going to be announced within weeks.” Infectious disease experts and scientists working on vaccines for COVID-19 place the date of widespread distribution closer to the middle of 2021.
Here & Now’s Lisa Mullins speaks with Onyema Ogbuagu, principal investigator for the trials. He’s also an associate professor of medicine at Yale University.
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