Will fast-tracked COVID-19 vaccines be safe?

As health care organizations begin planning for distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, many questions are being asked about their safety and efficacy. Dr. Andrew Badley, an infectious diseases physician at Mayo Clinic and head of Mayo Clinic's COVID-19 Research Task Force, offers some insight on how COVID-19 vaccines were fast-tracked to get them ready for the public. Watch: Dr. Andrew Badley [...]
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