UIC’s Dr. Richard Novak is testing out a COVID-19 vaccine and needs your help

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A lab technician moves a case of test tubes while conducting research on coronavirus, COVID-19, at Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceutical in Beerse, Belgium, Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Janssen Pharmaceutical hopes to begin clinical trials on a potential vaccine for COVID-19 in the middle of the summer. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

University of Illinois at Chicago Infectious Diseases specialist Dr. Richard Novak joins John Williams to explain how he will be testing a vaccine for COVID-19 and describes its goals. You can volunteer to be one of the test subjects by e-mailing projectwishdom@uic.edu or call 312-413-5897.

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