You've no doubt heard the good news about coronavirus vaccines in the past few days. And there's no doubt it is good news - but it also raises a bunch of new questions. In New Scientist this week, we tackle some of the most pressing. How effective are the new vaccines, and for what groups? How do we get them to the people that need them? And how do we best persuade those who are hesitant that the vaccines are safe? Plus, we take a look at the new vaccine technologies that lie behind the breakthroughs, and ask what they mean for the future.
Discover this week's issue:
SPECIAL ISSUE: VACCINATING THE WORLD What a coronavirus vaccine will really mean for us
THE LOGISTICS CHALLENGE Inside the mammoth global delivery operation
VACCINE HESITANCY How to handle safety worries
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