COVID-19 vaccine won't be ready by November, health experts say

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Members of the coalition weigh in on the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic.

Members of the MJH Life Sciences COVID-19 Coalition have weighed in on the latest coronavirus pandemic news in a new survey.

All the members of the coalition agreed that they do not believe that a COVID-19 vaccine will be released by Nov. 1, while identifying engagement and uptake as the top challenge to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services vaccine distribution strategy. Coalition members also says that physicians should receive the flu vaccine as soon as possible, according to the graphic.

The biggest COVID-19 myth, according to the coalition, is that herd immunity is right around the corner, and 75 percent of member believe we’ll soon see a significant spike in COVID-19 cases in the U.S.

See below for the full infographic.

The MJH Life Sciences COVID-19 Coalition is a partnership with 10 nationally recognized experts in infectious disease, public health, epidemiology, and virology, who work to generate the most accurate, up-to-the-minute information on the pandemic's ever-evolving impact on health care professionals and the patients they treat through live, biweekly webinar events, white papers, and surveys.


The next COVID-19 Coalition event, “Navigating the COVID-19 Treatment Landscape,” will be held October 13, 2020, at 6PM ET.