A combined flu and COVID-19 vaccine is a future possibility.
This is according to Wendy Barclay, a British virologist and the head of the department of infectious disease at Imperial College London.
Barclay told U.K. lawmakers Wednesday that a combination is the most likely scenario, but we will have to wait at least until next year to know more about the epidemiology of the new coronavirus variants.
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