Will Coronavirus herald a new era in vaccine innovation?

As this novel coronavirus continues to spread, and the number of people infected with COVID-19 keeps rising, the race is on to develop a vaccine. But the time it takes to carry out clinical trials, to ensure that a vaccine is both safe and effective, means this won’t happen overnight.

However, with at least 35 coronavirus vaccines now being developed, even compared to recent pandemics, we have new tools available that could help us reach that goal in record time.

Read more on the Gavi website here.

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