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Covid-19 vaccines: what information can you trust? | The Economist

Factual and reliable information is vital to creating trust in vaccines and to overcoming the pandemic. Ed Carr, The Economist’s deputy editor, and Natasha Loder, our health policy editor, answer some of the big questions about the global vaccination drive.

00:00 - Challenges in vaccinating the world
00:45 - Trust in vaccines
02:30 - mRNA vaccines
03:23 - Impact of variants on vaccination
04:29 - Time between vaccine doses
06:09 - Mandatory vaccines for travel?

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