Nov 23, 2020
It has been roughly 1 year since the first covid diagnosis and researchers have been working around the clock to develop an effective treatment against coronavirus. While nothing yet has been officially approved, vaccines are already being tested and showing promising results. But could this vaccine be too promising? Jack Russo asks Dr Leonard Hayflick if 95% effectiveness really is too good to be true and if we should be doing more to validate its safety, efficacy, and longevity before it is distributed around the world.