Coronavirus Explained: When Will We Have a Vaccine?
With people now returning to work, and children to school, and with warnings that any hasty return to normality could result in a spike in new infections, how will the government ensure public safety in the absence of a vaccine? If, and when, a vaccine becomes available, will it work for everyone? Will all countries get fair access? And what will happen if long-lasting immunity is not possible?
In the next of our Coronavirus explained series, you will have the opportunity to put your questions to Guardian science correspondent Hannah Devlin and Andrew Pollard, Professor of Paediatric Infection and Immunity at the University of Oxford, and director of the Oxford Vaccine Group.
Running time: 60 minutes
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