The global race for COVID-19 vaccines is in full swing.
With the global COVID-19 caseload showing no signs of slowing, what do we know about when the first vaccines will be approved internationally? What are the criteria for a ‘good’ vaccine? How should vaccine distribution work? What is the appropriate role of governments and international relations in production and delivery? Experts in public health, governance and ethics discuss.
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