Published: Oct. 15, 2020

Producing a safe and effective vaccine for a disease within a year of that disease's discovery would be unprecedented. Even if "Operation Warp Speed," Trump's initiative to streamline the vaccine development, approval and distribution process, is successful, the number of things that would have to go right for a vaccine to roll out successfully this year makes the goal highly unlikely, writes coauthor and Sociology Professor Jennifer Reich.

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