With the coronavirus pandemic raging on, many people are wondering why a vaccine for the virus won't be ready in the next few weeks or months. Some government officials predict a vaccine in a year to 18 months, while others say that's too soon for a safe vaccine. So when can we expect a COVID-19 vaccine?
In a Q&A interview with Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, Supriya Munshaw, a senior lecturer at the business school, talks about a vaccine time frame, what's involved in the process and what the most promising COVID-19 vaccine candidates are right now.
Watch the video from Johns Hopkins above to learn more about what the process is like to create a COVID-19 vaccine.