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Whose vaccine is it anyway?

As the novel coronavirus burns its way around the world, the race for a vaccine is now well underway. More than 100 Covid-19 vaccines are now in some stage of research, and there are eight candidate vaccines already in clinical evaluation, according to the World Health Organization.

Of those eight, four come from China, two from the US, one is a collaboration of companies in Germany, China, and the US, and another is the product of a partnership between Britain's Oxford University and AstraZeneca. Companies in Canada, France, Germany, Israel, Australia, and Switzerland may not be far behind.

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Podcast: Dr. Larry Brilliant Explains How to End the COVID-19 Pandemic

Epidemiologist Dr. Larry Brilliant, whose work helped eliminate Smallpox forever, explains the steps necessary to eradicate the COVID-19 virus from the world. Brilliant methodically details a three-tiered approach to combating this health threat: Vaccination and herd immunity, proper protection to prevent spread including masks and gloves, and the technology tools that can track illness and infection.

Larry Brilliant: How to end the COVID-19 pandemic

Epidemiologist Dr. Larry Brilliant, whose work helped eliminate Smallpox forever, explains the steps necessary to eradicate the COVID-19 virus from the world. Brilliant methodically details a three-tiered approach to combating this health threat: Vaccination and herd immunity, proper protection to prevent spread including masks and gloves, and the technology tools that can track illness and infection.

Epidemiologist who helped eradicate smallpox “confident” COVID-19 vaccine is coming

Dr. Larry Brilliant, the acclaimed epidemiologist and philanthropist who helped to end smallpox, tells Ian Bremmer he is confident there will be a vaccine for COVID-19 in 12-18 months. In an interview for the latest episode of GZERO World, Dr. Brilliant breaks down the steps it will take to get to herd immunity and safely reopen the global economy, and what we can expect to see scientifically over the next year.

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