Le parcours d’un vaccin contre la COVID-19

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Le parcours d’un vaccin contre la COVID-19” – below is their description.

Le parcours conduisant à la mise au point d’un vaccin est long et les points de contrôle y sont nombreux. Les différentes étapes sont destinées à garantir que le vaccin est à la fois efficace et sûr. Mais alors que le monde entier lutte pour endiguer la pandémie et que les travaux scientifiques sont plus nombreux que jamais, le parcours pour trouver le vaccin contre la COVID-19 ressemble plutôt à cela.

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