How the Hunt for a Coronavirus Vaccine Could Go Horribly Wrong - 2020-04-12

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F375.png How the Hunt for a Coronavirus Vaccine Could Go Horribly Wrong April 12, 2020, Rachel M. Cohen, Daily Beast

Scientists are racing to develop a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, and anti-vaxxers are waiting in the wings.

COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, is killing hundreds of Americans every day. So it was reason for optimism on Monday when Inovio Pharmaceuticals became the second U.S company to move a vaccine candidate into clinical trials, following Moderna, a biotech company which started clinical trials in mid-March.

"Getting [Moderna's candidate] into phase one in a matter of months is the quickest that anyone has ever done literally in the history of vaccinology," Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, testified before Congress last month.

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