What accelerated COVID-19 vaccine development means for safety

What accelerated COVID-19 vaccine development means for safety

Some of the federal government’s top health officials are suggesting a vaccine for COVID-19 could be released in less than two months. The move would be made through a special emergency authorization of the Food and Drug Administration. But the accelerated speed of the process is also raising questions. Amna Nawaz reports and talks to Dr. Michael Mina of Harvard’s School of Public Health.

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