These Are the Questions to Ask About Any Potential Coronavirus Vaccine

The Blog is unequivocally pro-vaccines. There are some questions people have about the Covid-19 vaccines under study, and that is fine, writes Tara Haelle for Elemental. “It’s entirely reasonable for people to be skeptical about a new vaccine. In fact, concern about a potential Covid-19 vaccine is healthy, particularly given the speed of its development, and is shared by many scientists and public health experts.” Read below for what questions to ask.




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