COVID Vaccine Rollout & Where Research Fell Short : Fresh Air 'Atlantic' science writer Ed Yong says the COVID vaccination program will be the most complicated the U.S. has ever attempted: "It's going to be a slow process, and there are a lot of possible roadblocks." We talk with Yong about what the rollout process will be like, where COVID research fell short, and what to expect for 2021.
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COVID Vaccine Rollout & Where Research Fell Short

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COVID Vaccine Rollout & Where Research Fell Short

COVID Vaccine Rollout & Where Research Fell Short

COVID Vaccine Rollout & Where Research Fell Short

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'Atlantic' science writer Ed Yong says the COVID vaccination program will be the most complicated the U.S. has ever attempted: "It's going to be a slow process, and there are a lot of possible roadblocks." We talk with Yong about what the rollout process will be like, where COVID research fell short, and what to expect for 2021.