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Will an Omicron-specific vaccine help control COVID? There's one key problem

By Deborah Burnett, Research Officer, Garvan Institute; Senior Lecturer, UNSW., Garvan Institute
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Variant-specific vaccines would undoubtedly increase immunity. But waves of new variants would engulf the population faster than these vaccines could ever be deployed.The Conversation

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