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The Road to a Vaccine, Ep. 1: How a COVID-19 Vaccine Might Work. Plus, How Quickly We Could Get There

Published 04-15-20

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This new eight-episode educational video series will examine the latest efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and break down the complex process of developing a vaccine.

In Episode 1 of The Road to A Vaccine series, Lisa Ling interviews scientists and healthcare workers about how vaccines work, the impact of the novel coronavirus and what’s being done globally to create a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Road to Vaccine is a live weekly video series hosted by journalist Lisa Ling that delves into the work underway to develop a vaccine to help bring an end to the COVID-19 global pandemic.  Tune in on Tuesdays at 12:00pm EDT to catch the latest episode.​

Tune in live at 12 pm EDT on Tuesdays on JNJ.comFacebookLinkedIn or Twitter. Come back at any time to watch a replay.

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