Even though there’s plenty we don’t yet know about the vaccines, such as long-term effects, experts are generally optimistic by these interim results.
Aside from being potentially excellent news in the fight against COVID-19, these vaccines are based on relatively newish mRNA technology that’s not approved in any vaccines — yet.
And the fact that it seems to work so well, and — so far — without safety issues, means it could have benefits that reach much further than helping end the COVID-19 pandemic.
How do mRNA vaccines work?
Vaccines train our immune…