of an effective vaccine against COVID-19 is an urgent global priority. The Trump administration has launched an “Operation Warp Speed” initiative that ambitiously aims to have 300 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine by January 2021. While pharmaceutical companies around the world are developing 120 different vaccine candidates, only a few thus far have begun testing their vaccines in people. Among those conducting phase one and phase two clinical

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