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Vaccines alone aren't enough to eradicate a virus – lessons from history

By Caitjan Gainty, Lecturer in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, King's College London
Agnes Arnold-Forster, Research Fellow, History of Medicine and Healthcare, University of Bristol
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Too much hope is being pinned on the vaccine alone to get us out of the current pandemic. But 'low-tech' solutions are needed, too.

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