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The latest answers to the important medical questions about the vaccines and the pandemic

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CoronavirusThe latest answers to the important medical questions about the vaccines and the pandemic
Sat 27 Feb 2021 21.06 GMT
What are the chances that my vaccine will not work?
The prospects of vaccines failing to trigger immune responses are dismissed as remote by scientists. If a vaccine has not been properly refrigerated that might pose problems but doctors take great care to ensure that doesnt happen, said Prof Helen Fletcher at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Frankly the…

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