The first Covid-19 vaccines have arrived. But when will life as we knew it finally resume?
On December 11, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer to begin distributing its vaccine for Covid-19. The triumphant moment comes on the brink of a grim winter, amid record case levels across the United States, and it is accompanied by countless unknowns.
I spoke to the hosts of The Politics of Everything, Laura Marsh and Alex Pareene, about the challenges of the vaccine rollout. When will vaccines be available to ordinary people? What kinds of problems may arise as they’re distributed and tracked? How long, in other words, will all this last? Listen at The New Republic.
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