From NOVA PBS Official.
Pending FDA approval, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines could reach the first wave of Americans in a matter of weeks.
Manufacturers of leading vaccine candidates are releasing promising results from clinical trials, revealing that some experimental vaccines, including those from Pfizer and Moderna, are more than 90% effective against the coronavirus. But vaccine development alone will not end the pandemic; getting the distribution right is key.
Host Alok Patel speaks with two immunization experts about the challenges of distribution at an unprecedented scale. Tune in to explore questions like: What are the differences between the first vaccine candidates? Who can expect to get vaccinated first and how much will it cost? And why do vaccines have to be kept so cold?
NOVA Now is a production of GBH and PRX.
It’s produced by:
Julia Cort and Chris Schmidt are the co-Executive Producers of NOVA.
Dante Graves is Director of Audience Development.
Sukee Bennett is Senior Digital Editor.
Robin Kazmier is Science Editor.
Lorena Lyon is Digital Production Assistant.
Emma Uk is research intern.
And Nina Porzucki is Managing Producer of Podcasts at GBH.
Our theme music is by the innovative DJ Kid Koala.
© WGBH Educational Foundation 2020
Support your local PBS station here: https://pbs.org/donate/
National corporate funding for NOVA is provided by Draper. Major funding for NOVA is provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS viewers. Additional funding is provided by the NOVA Science Trust.
Image: This work is a derivative of "Closeup of doctor’s hands, vaccine, and arm" by SELF Magazine used under CC BY 2.0
We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!
Help us improve our content!
Tell us if mBlip should continue to feature this YouTuber's content.