For Americans, months of collective isolation and fear could soon be winding down. A coronavirus vaccine may be just weeks away.
According to Dr. Moncef Slaoui, head of Operation Warp Speed, the federal effort to accelerate vaccine development, the first Americans could receive the vaccine in mid-December.
With the vaccine within reach, we turn to more logistical questions: Who will receive the shots first? Who will distribute them? And what could go wrong?
Guest: Katie Thomas, who covers the drug industry for The New York Times.
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