Webinar: Weekly COVID-19 Pandemic Briefing – Vaccines

The eighth in a weekly series of interactive webinars on the coronavirus with Professor David Heymann and special guest, Professor David Salisbury, helping us to understand the facts and make sense of the latest developments in the global crisis.

Members event, Webinar Recording
13 May 2020 — 10:00AM TO 10:45AM
Chatham House | 10 St James's Square | London | SW1Y 4LE

As countries grapple with how best to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and the reverberations it is sending through their societies and economies, scientific understanding of how the virus is behaving, and what measures might best combat it, continues to advance. This briefing will focus on the progress towards and prospects for a coronavirus vaccine, exploring the scientific considerations, the production, distribution and allocation challenges as well as the access politics.

  • How will scientists and governments select the ‘right’ vaccine?

  • What should be the role of global leadership and international coordination in the development and distribution of a new vaccine?

  • And can equitable access be ensured across the globe?

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