Dr. Kevin Most: Promising news regarding potential COVID-19 vaccine


This picture taken on May 23, 2020 shows a laboratory technician holding a dose of a COVID-19 novel coronavirus vaccine candidate ready for trial. (Photo by MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP via Getty Images)

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Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Kevin Most has downplayed the chances of a COVID-19 vaccine being ready in the immediate future. And he can’t really be blamed considering the fastest vaccine created was for the measles and that took four years. The Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Medicine’s Central DuPage Hospital explains how recent studies indicate that a vaccine could be ready as early as this fall. Dr Most also comments on the potential shortage on remdesivir; who should be tested for the virus, and answers and handful of listener questions as well.

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