As the vaccine to protect against Covid-19 continues to roll out to more and more people, interest in side effects is high.
The coronavirus vaccine has become a political football in the United States, which is part of why surveys show half of Americans would choose not to take a vaccine for COVID-19 were it made available.
The chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce says there may never be a vaccine for coronavirus.
So, there's been a lot of talk about a coronavirus vaccine lately, for obvious reasons. How are vaccines even developed? What's happening with potential Coronavirus vaccines? How is the process different from past vaccines?
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