Covid-19 vaccine l “Don’t ask me which one is the best”: the testimony of an epidemiologist in the middle of the vaccination campaign

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Vaccination against covid-19 began in many countries.

The race for vaccination against covid-19 has caused a rather peculiar situation.

Almost a year after the World Health Organization (WHO) started talking about a pandemic and with several vaccines from different laboratories approved and available to the public in several countries, one question sums up a new concern: Which vaccine is better?

John Wright, who is a physician at Bradford Royal Infirmary University Hospital in central England, realized that his medical colleagues prefer one vaccine, while the public often opts for another.

“Now we have a variety of vaccines and people are beginning to ask me if they can choose or which vaccine I would recommend,” he tells the BBC.

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