Five months after the novel coronavirus first reached America’s shores, a crash program to immunize the U.S. population is still in its earliest stages.
To be clear, there’s no guarantee a vaccine will work against SARS-CoV-2. Even if a vaccine is possible, developing, producing and distributing it takes time, money, coordinated effort by government, industry, and the medical community—and the cooperation of an increasingly traumatized and skeptical population.
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