Why Rushing Release of a Coronavirus Vaccine Could Make Things Worse
Americans seem to have an intuitive understanding of the safety question. See what “safe” really means.
By Alexander MacInnis
You’ve probably had a lot of conversations like this one.
You: “How are you and your family holding up with the COVID pandemic?”
They: “It stinks. It causes so many problems! I can’t wait for it to be over. As soon as we get a vaccine, it should get much better quickly. I think we’ll have one by the end of the year.”
Me: “If we have one soon, will…
Epidemiologist and former engineer. Particular interest in autism. I see epidemiology as the science of seeking true answers to medical questions.