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Global Herd Immunity Against COVID-19 Unlikely, Says Ebola Vaccine Developer

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As coronavirus variants keep emerging, global herd immunity is unlikely, says Steven Jones, one of the developers of the first Ebola vaccine. In a wide-ranging discussion with McKinsey, he and other experts weighed in on ways to live with COVID-19, which is expected to soon become endemic.

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