Achieving herd immunity through mass vaccination involves a delicate — sometimes tricky — dance with side effects, public opinion and virus variants. All three are unpredictable, and can turn when you least expect it.
The rollout of coronavirus vaccines has not been without challenges, but the government’s goal to not rely on just one vaccine has limited the scope of a setback involving any one product. As this week’s events illustrate, however, the suspension of a vaccine runs the risk of affecting public opinion surrounding the entire process.
And yet the expectation of problems with vaccines is effectively built into the process. Read more…..
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