Young, healthy people may not get Covid vaccine until 2022: WHO
Thursday, 15 October 2020 ()
Swaminathan also stressed that health workers and those at highest risks should be prioritised. She indicated that, despite the many vaccine trials being undertaken, speedy, mass shots were unlikely, and organising who would given access first in the event of a safe vaccine being discovered was still being worked on.
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