New COVID-19 vaccines won’t be available for most people until spring, and the months until then may have a staggering cost in lives and illness. A noted infectious disease expert discusses probable timelines and events between now and the vaccine’s availability, and how adherence to social distancing and masking could change outcomes.
- Dr. William Schaffner, Prof. of Preventive Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Vanderbilt Univ. Medical Center
- Department of Health Policy: Dr William Schaffner, M.D.