The future of COVID-19 #RAZOR
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Mass vaccination programs for COVID-19 are being carried out around the world but governments are following different strategies to contain the virus. So what will the future look like? 💉
Emma Keeling speaks to an epidemiologist in New Zealand to find out why their strategy was so successful and asks a virologist in the UK whether the SARS-CoV-2 virus is here to stay? 😷
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