When people express concern about how fast vaccines for COVID-19 have been developed, “the first thing to do is acknowledge” those fears, Dr. Kimberly Manning of Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta told PBS NewsHour Senior Correspondent Amna Nawaz. But Manning said it is important to remember that the technology used to produce mRNA vaccines had existed for years and “this pandemic presented an opportunity” to use it. She also said taking questions about vaccine safety and efficacy to “reputable sources” is a good way to find answers.
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