The Race For A Coronavirus Vaccine
By early May, more than 270,000 people have died around the world from the disease attributed to the new coronavirus.
First identified in Wuhan, China in December, the virus has infected nearly four million worldwide, including well over a million in the U.S., which now lays claim to one in every four deaths.
Today on All Sides, the president and CEO of COSI, a scientist with a doctorate in immunology takes your COVID-19 questions and explains the race against time for a vaccine.
- Frederic Bertley, Ph.D. in immunology, president and CEO of COSI
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