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Coronavirus: Why a vaccine mightn't be the magic bullet

Steve Evans
Updated October 19 2020 - 8:13am, first published 8:11am
A vaccine won't suddenly return us to what we once thought was normality. Picture: Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong
A vaccine won't suddenly return us to what we once thought was normality. Picture: Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

There are 200 potential vaccines being worked on around the world with eleven of those projects in phase 3 trials on large numbers of people.

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Steve Evans

Steve Evans

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Steve Evans is a reporter on The Canberra Times. He's been a BBC correspondent in New York, London, Berlin and Seoul and the sole reporter/photographer/paper deliverer on The Glen Innes Examiner in country New South Wales. "All the jobs have been fascinating - and so it continues."

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