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A universal COVID-19 vaccine could be closer than you think

Scientists are developing a vaccine to combat all COVID-19 variants. Image: REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff

Ankur Mutreja

Group Leader, Global Health (Infectious Diseases), University of Cambridge

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