Next-Gen COVID Vaccines Could Be Awesome – If They Ever Get Made
Mucosal and other new vaccines in development should target infection and transmission prevention, as White House’s Ashish Jha calls for them to be ‘better than terrific.’ But with the market transitioning to a flu-like status, incentives for big investments seem limited.
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