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August 27, 2021

The race between covid-19 vaccines and variants is on. Alok Jha, The Economist’s science correspondent, and Natasha Loder, health policy editor, discuss what this means for the future

Read more of the coverage on coronavirus: econ.st/3t1L6wx

Listen to the daily podcast, Gamechangers, on mRNA technology: econ.st/38cSewe

Listen to “The Jab” podcast from Economist Radio: econ.st/3yuETKF

Watch the film about mandatory vaccines: econ.st/3DktD77

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