In this file photo, Nurse Kathe Olmstead, right, gives volunteer Melissa Harting, of Harpursville, New York, an injection of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: AP In this file photo, Nurse Kathe Olmstead, right, gives volunteer Melissa Harting, of Harpursville, New York, an injection of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: AP
In this file photo, Nurse Kathe Olmstead, right, gives volunteer Melissa Harting, of Harpursville, New York, an injection of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: AP
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Vaccines not a ‘silver bullet’ to beat virus

  • While immunisation will help economies, travel and other aspects of everyday life to improve, there may well be changes to society that are permanent

In this file photo, Nurse Kathe Olmstead, right, gives volunteer Melissa Harting, of Harpursville, New York, an injection of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: AP In this file photo, Nurse Kathe Olmstead, right, gives volunteer Melissa Harting, of Harpursville, New York, an injection of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: AP
In this file photo, Nurse Kathe Olmstead, right, gives volunteer Melissa Harting, of Harpursville, New York, an injection of a possible COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: AP
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