How close are we to a coronavirus vaccine?
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Coronavirus: What is a vaccine and how is one made?

The coronavirus spreads easily and the majority of the world's population is still vulnerable to it.

A vaccine would provide some protection by training people's immune systems to fight the virus.

But how easy is it to create a vaccine and when could we expect one to be ready?

BBC health correspondent Laura Foster looks at the situation.

  • 26 Apr 2020
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