Foreign disinformation campaigns on social media have caused vaccination rates to fall, a new study reveals.
Every 1 point increase in the effort to discredit vaccines is linked to an average 2% drop in annual vaccine coverage around the world, and a 15% increase in negative tweets about vaccination, researchers found.
Forty-five potential vaccines for COVID-19 are being tested in human trials and many more are being tested in animals.
Researchers are using several approaches to trigger an immune response against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The most common types of vaccines contain a virus that has been engineered with coronavirus genes t...
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