Victoria Jaggard

Executive Editor for Science at National Geographic

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Some companies are in phase three trials for COVID-19 vaccines. KCRW looks at the work being done by Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca.

Phase 3 trials are here. How close is the US to getting a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine?

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